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MDB vs. ADP problem: Totaling and Filtering

MDB vs. ADP problem: Totaling and Filtering

MDB vs. ADP problem: Totaling and Filtering

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MDB vs. ADP problem:  Totaling and Filtering

Try this: In Access 2000, in the Northwind.mdb, in the Order form:  note the datasheet subform.  It has an unseen calculating control summing the Extended Price.  The control on the form points to the control on the subform.  Fine.  Do a Filter By Selection on one of the products.  The main form's control shows the new amount.  Cool.  Similar controls work the same way in my MDB.  So far, so good.

Similar controls do not work this way in the NorthwindCS.adp (or in my ADP.)  The textbox on the main form shows the correct total when I open the form but, when I do the Filter By Selection (or By Exclusion), the amount does not change, although only one product (record) now shows.  Requerying does not seem to do the trick, either.

Is this a Known Problem?  Does anyone have a work-around? Thanks for any input.

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