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Old April 23rd, 2008, 02:16 PM
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Default Subform not displaying values after adding updates

I have a form bound to a query, and in this form are embedded six subforms (on tabbed pages) which are based on child tables linked to the parent table in one-to-one OR one-to-many relationships. Each subform has another nested subform.

When I add values via the six different subforms, the child tables are all updated appropriately, with the parent table primary key included for each child table record (which is working as I want it to).

BUT, once I've completed my edits and moved on to the next record in the parent table (via an unbound combo box on the main form), and then go back to the "updated" record, the subform fields are not populated with the values that I just entered. Neither are the subform fields of the second subform.

The main form and sub-forms are linked via Master/Child links (which obviously work since the data is being added to the record in the child tables). I've also tried requery statements for each of the subforms (on both the On Current and After Update events in the main form), but nothing I try works!

Any ideas?

This is an Access 2003 mdb on Windows XP.

Thanks!!!
 
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Never mind. I just figured it out. In the properties for each subform, I had the Data Entry property set to 'Yes' (which means the the subform can only be used for data entry, not for display.)

D'oh!

Thanks anyway!





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