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DA Search and Recordsets with Joins

Thread began 5/04/2010 8:43 pm by Lee Firth | Last modified 5/05/2010 5:25 pm by Lee Firth | 935 views | 4 replies |

Lee Firth

DA Search and Recordsets with Joins

I have applied DA search to a page, it doesn't seem to work properly. I have used it on other pages and have not had any problems but for some reason it doesn't work as expected in this instance. The only difference I can see looking at the generated code is that the recordset has a join in it. Here is the SQL:

SELECT DISTINCT tblinspectors.fldInspID, tblinspectors.fldInspNum, tblinspectors.fldFirstName, tblinspectors.fldLastName, tblinspectors.fldTradNam, tblinspectors.fldSuburb, tblinspectors.fldState, tbltransactions.fldProcess
FROM (tblinspectors INNER JOIN tbltransactions ON tbltransactions.fldInspNum=tblinspectors.fldInspNum)
WHERE tbltransactions.fldProcess=0

I have attached the source in a zip to this post.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Without some more information it is impossible to guess at the problem.

What is the result you are getting vs. the expected result?

you say "it doesn't work as expected in this instance" but do not offer any explanation of the expected result.

in addition to more details, it would also help to have a link where we could see the problem.

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Lee Firth

I can't give you a link as this is an intranet site, but pictures speak a thousand words and videos even more. This video will explain the problem.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

thank you for clarifying that.


I think that the issue is the where clause you have on the recordset:

WHERE tbltransactions.fldProcess=0


and the fact that the seperator you are using for the state search is "OR"

this means when you select "vic" from the list, the where clause becomes:

WHERE tbltransactions.fldProcess=0 OR fldState = 'vic'

this will return all records where either condition is met, the state = 'vic' OR the Process = 0.

change the Separator for the state comparison to AND

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Lee Firth

Thanks for that Jason.

If I had thought a little more about what the SB was actualy doing to the SQL, I should have worked that one out for myself.

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