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prblm going from mdb to adp - where criteria

prblm going from mdb to adp - where criteria

prblm going from mdb to adp - where criteria

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I have a form with a drop down list on which the user selects a criteria to be used to generate a report based on a query using the selected criteria. It worked as and .MDB, but after I ran the upsizing wizard to convert to a .ADP it no longer passes the selected criteria from the form to the query. Any ideas how to fix?

Before, as a mdb database:
SELECT INVENTORY.HLTAG, INVENTORY.ITEMCODE, INVENTORY.SITE
FROM INVENTORY
WHERE ((INVENTORY.SITE)=[forms]![frmauditprintselect]![site]);


After, as a adp database:

ALTER FUNCTION qryAuditForPrint (@forms_frmauditprintselect_site varchar (255)
)
RETURNS TABLE
AS RETURN (SELECT INVENTORY.HLTAG, INVENTORY.ITEMCODE, INVENTORY.SITE
FROM INVENTORY
WHERE  ((INVENTORY.SITE)=@forms_frmauditprintselect_site)

RE: prblm going from mdb to adp - where criteria

i'm having the same problem too.

RE: prblm going from mdb to adp - where criteria

There is a new property for the forms for adp's.

.inputParameters

it's explained in the help files. took me a while to find it also.

Solution would look something like this in vba

docmd.openform "frmName"
forms("frmName").inputParamenters = "@forms_frmauditprintselect_site varchar255=forms!frmauditprintselect!site"

Mark P.

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