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create recordset from input value

Thread began 4/23/2014 3:11 pm by dallySP | Last modified 5/12/2014 6:43 am by dallySP | 371 views | 10 replies

dallySP

Sorry I'll try and be more specific. I am using my items_Results page a bit like a shopping cart. Each item has a check box next to it which enables me to place multiple items on an order - all very clever thanks to you kind people! I want the item to display the following info in the repeat region:
ItemImage ItemName ItemSupplier ItemPrice etc etc
As mentioned I have prepared an if statement as follows: IF ItemDecorID == 0 retrieve ItemImage ItemName ItemSupplierID etc ELSE IF ItemDecorID != 0 retrieve DecorImage DecorName DecorSupplierID etc (obviously this isn't the syntax used).
All fine as it retrieves this information from the Items recordset which has a join on it to the decor table. I have an inner join that joins my contacts table to my items table via the ItemSupplierID, so the ItemSupplierName is also available in the items table, however because the decor table is also joined to the items table via a join through the ItemDecorID I only have the DecorSupplierID available and not the DecorSuppilerName which I need to display the data correctly. This is where my problem started yesterday - if you could give me an answer to that it would certainly help me on my way.
Thanks for your help.

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