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Blank Form from Broken Query

Blank Form from Broken Query

Blank Form from Broken Query

This is my first time posting so I apologize if my format or terminology is off. I am creating digital requisition forms for a company and I am having trouble establishing my one form due to a faulty query. I want to add a field to my form so that when I input the MarketCode it returns the name of the Employee. When I add the connecting information to my query (MarketCode [PK], Buyers.EmployeeEmail [FK], FistName, LastName, EmployeeOrderNum [PK]) I receive a blank form. I do not know how to properly connect my Employee branch into the rest of the query. I have attached my ERD and I appreciate any help I can get on the matter. Thank you in advance.

RE: Blank Form from Broken Query

You did not post a query. I see a nice picture of the tables and their connections. I think you would need something like this (I am better at SQL than Access). Select Employee.FirstName, Employee.LastName From Emplyoyee Inner Join Buyer on Employee.EmployeeEmail = Buyer.EmployeeEmail Where Buyer.MarketCode = (Some input field). This does not include any other information for the form.

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