Show MS Access Subreports With No Data

On MS Access applications, usually I use subreport objects with SQL queries of their own, linked to the main report which includes the subreport. Classic example of such master-detail reports is invoices: + master (main report) section includes invoice date, invoice number and details of the customer account such as name and address lines. + … Read moreShow MS Access Subreports With No Data

MS Access Reports: Sums from distinct group headers

The problem: When we use formulas on textboxes in the report footers of MS Access reports, such as “=sum(a_field_in_header)”, we get incorrect results because of duplication of same amounts for multiple items in detail section. Here is an example to make it clear: We have two tables one for header and another detail records, for … Read moreMS Access Reports: Sums from distinct group headers

Update Query on MS Access

Microsoft programmers are always very particular on their way of approaching problems. Since they are the “biggest” software developers in the world, they have to set the standards!? Problem: Updating field(s) of a table using a complex (sub) query. Solution: 1. In standard SQL, you can this:

It makes sense, right? No, not according … Read moreUpdate Query on MS Access