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Is Null Criteria in a DSum Expression

Is Null Criteria in a DSum Expression

Is Null Criteria in a DSum Expression

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I want to be able to sum all of my outstanding invoices within a form I've created for the specific customer record that is active.  My expression is:
=DSum("[Amount]","[Invoices]","[CompanyID]=[txtCompanyID] AND [InvoiceDate]='is null'")

But this just produces an error message.  How do I get it to sum the amounts of invoices where the invoice date is blank because I haven't received payment yet?  Thanks in advance for your help!!!

RE: Is Null Criteria in a DSum Expression

take out the "=" so it's...

=DSum("[Amount]","[Invoices]","[CompanyID]='" & [txtCompanyID] & "' AND [InvoiceDate] Is Null")

assuming [txtCompanyID] is, in fact, a text field & not a literal

if it's a form control then replace [txtCompanyID] with Me.txtCompanyID

RE: Is Null Criteria in a DSum Expression

I beleive that you need to say:
Is Null([Invoice Date])


Mike Rohde
rohdem@marshallengines.com

RE: Is Null Criteria in a DSum Expression

i did test before i posted so i know it works in A2K... tho Mike's solution looks elegant

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