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query if any value = x

query if any value = x

query if any value = x

(OP)
So I am having brain fade or something and need some help.

I have a access database and one of the tables has many fields that are equal to either pass or fail. I need a query that will look at the table and if any field equals "Fail" it will populate the entire record.....I tried putting "Fail" as the criteria for each field but that did not work......thanks in advance for any help

RE: query if any value = x

I'll leave to others to discuss design issues. To answer your question, if you are using the query grid, you need to set up the fail as an OR criteria. Sounds like you may have set up as AND. To do an OR on the grid, you would need to diagonal the word "Fail". Something like below. Hopefully, example will render ok on viewing.

Field1   Field2   Field3
 "Fail"
            "Fail"
                     "Fail"
 

RE: query if any value = x

Regarding sxschech's "design issues" comment, I would suggest you evaluate your table structure. It seems to be unnormalized and I expect column/field names actually contain data values. I could be wrong and would be willing to discuss this further but perhaps forum700: Microsoft: Access Tables and Relationships is a better place to post questions.

Duane
Minnesota
Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP 2001-2016

RE: query if any value = x

(OP)
Thanks sxschech that worked perfectly.......

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