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Is it possible to apply a filter on a child recordset using the dataEnvironment?

You can do dataEnv1.rscmdCommand1.Filter = ...

But can you do something like:

dataEnv1.rscmdCommand1.Fields("CommandChild2").Filter...

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Question by:jeanfrancoismelancon
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by:wensinkg
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I'd like to say no.  The reason for having a child record is to filter the child set down according to the current record of the parent.  I see where you are going with this but the only way I have been able to do this is to apply the filter in code.  
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Éric Moreau earned 200 total points
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You can but you cannot filter all the children in one shot:

set rstChild = dataEnv1.rscmdCommand1.Fields("CommandChild2")
rstChild.Filter ...
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by:stupendo44
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jeanfrancoismelancon, coukd you get rid of this question? Like give the points to someone?

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