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Generate report from multiple date queries

Generate report from multiple date queries

Generate report from multiple date queries

Have an Access 2003 database with three tables; tbMgr, tbEng and tbQuals.

EngID is the primary key field in the tbEng table which is imported into the tbQuals table on a one to many relationship, with tbMgr having a one to many relationship with tbEng.

Each EngID has up to 30 Quals each with its own expiry date.
I need to generate a report for each EngID showing only those Quals that have expired, or are within 30 days of exipry for e-mailing to their mgr.

Could anyone please explain how to do this?

Thank you

RE: Generate report from multiple date queries

My Apologies, posted in forum 703: Microsoft: Access Reports as suggested.

Thank you.

RE: Generate report from multiple date queries

The way I usually do this is to create a temporary table and then use a loop to populate it from the permanent tables.  I usually use VFP however.  I think Access and VB could be used the same way.

I'm assuming that a joined quiry produces duplicate records.  Otherwise I'd just do a join.

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