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In a view : hiding some records according to the value of a field

Posted on 2004-08-03
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An easy one... at least, I guess!

Is there any way to hide some records (not a column, but records) according to the value of a field?

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I've got the field "TheStatus" in a form, and if the value is "Not Yet Assigned", then I don't want to see those records.  But I want to see all the others.
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Question by:barbotte
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by:HappyFunBall
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You just need to set your selection formula for the view to show only the documents you want.

The formula would be this in your example:

TheStatus != "Not Yet Assigned"
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by:barbotte
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???

Just under the line
SELECT Form = "MyForm";
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HappyFunBall earned 50 total points
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Ok, yes

Change the formula to this:

SELECT Form = "MyForm" & TheStatus != "Not Yet Assigned"
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by:barbotte
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Thank you for the fast answers!
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by:RanjeetRain
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On the dot HFB. BUt, I would add something. THis would be better when combined with the Form slection formula (Otherwise barbotte will have to post another question) ;)

SELECT FORM = "Form_Name" & TheStatus != "Not Yet Assigned"

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by:RanjeetRain
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Oops! Sorry. I left this open while commenting in the other thread. All well :)
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