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How to tell if a report uses sub reports?

How to tell if a report uses sub reports?

(OP)
Is there a way to find out if a report uses sub reports?
I have a sub report that I modified but I need to know what reports use it. [Without having to open each report in the reports object]

I was thinking that there may be a way to iterate through each report and print its children (report names), but I'm not a ware if there is a way.

Thanks

Ed

RE: How to tell if a report uses sub reports?

take a look @ object dependencies

RE: How to tell if a report uses sub reports?

Object dependencies may work, but I found on a really big application you will get too much additional information.
mdbdoc provides a ton of this type of information but not exactly what you are looking for.
http://mdbdoc.sourceforge.net/

This code will print out the answer showing where all subreports are used.

CODE -->

Public Sub WhereUsed()
  Dim rptObj As Access.AccessObject
  Dim rpt As Access.Report
  Dim ctl As Access.Control
 
  For Each rptObj In CurrentProject.AllReports
    DoCmd.OpenReport rptObj.Name, acViewDesign
    Set rpt = Reports(rptObj.Name)
      For Each ctl In rpt
       
        If ctl.ControlType = acSubform Then
          Debug.Print ctl.SourceObject; " is used by " & rpt.Name
        End If
        Next ctl
      DoCmd.Close acReport, rptObj.Name
    Next rptObj
        
End Sub 

RE: How to tell if a report uses sub reports?

(OP)
Awesome.

Thank you.

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