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I would like to pass information to a query via a function in access.

For example,

Public Function fnGetClinicFromSwitch() As Variant
   
    Dim intStatus As Variant
   
   
    intStatus = fnGetClinicAllStatus()
   
   
    If intStatus = -1 Then
        fnGetClinicFromSwitch = ">0"
    Else
        fnGetClinicFromSwitch = Forms!frmReports.lstSelectClinic
    End If

End Function

I would like to place this function in the criteria of a query to return the ">0" as the query's  criteria.  It is not working.   I.e. intStatus = -1..

Any Help?
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Question by:jamesdean666
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by:mbizup
ID: 18792713
Use the function in the query criteria:

WHERE fnGetClinicFromSwitch = somevalue

or

WHERE [SomeField] =fnGetClinicFromSwitch
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 18792715
why not just use <> 0 in the criteria of your query

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by:jamesdean666
ID: 18792752
For some reason.. when I place this function in my query, it works when the Else of the function is true..  I return an Id from the selection in a list on a form (frm_Reports) and my query runs fine - i.e. Id = 2.

When I don't select a specific id, i want to return all id's over 0 - hence the function.  The query is not understanding this as ">0" and returning zero records.
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by:Glenn_Moore
ID: 18792767
<>0 or >0
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by:jamesdean666
ID: 18792788
I know the syntax for >0.  It's a problem with the way that the query is reading the function.  It returns and integer, but won't return the string >0.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 18792867
you may have to edit the query using the queryDef in VBA to pass that criteria to your query.

post the original SQL of your query.

dim qd as querydef, sSql
set qd=currentdb.querydefs("NameOFQuery")
ssql="Select....

'modify the ssql here using the function that you have

'assign the new sql for the query

dq.sql=ssql



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by:jamesdean666
ID: 18792958
ugh..
I'm trying to not create a lot of code to do this..  Not sure if it's possible, but I would like to handle this through the function. If it doesn't work, then I am going to have to invest more time in the "querydefs" route and code my queries.

Anyone else have any idea on this one?

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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 18793011
you may try using True and False if that field is a boolean field?
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mbizup earned 2000 total points
ID: 18793021
Another possibility depending on how your query is used is to leave the criteria out of the query itself, and apply it when you need to open a report/form/etc ...

Modify your function like this:
Public Function fnGetClinicFromSwitch() As Variant
   
    Dim intStatus As Variant
   
   
    intStatus = fnGetClinicAllStatus()      
    If intStatus = -1 Then
        fnGetClinicFromSwitch = ">0"
    Else
        fnGetClinicFromSwitch = "= " &  Forms!frmReports.lstSelectClinic  '*** this line changed
    End If

End Function


ssql = "ID  = " &  fnGetClinicAllStatus
Docmd.openReport "YourRpt",acviewpreview,, ssql

You can modify the SQL for any object (listbox, combo, etc...) in a similar fashion
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 18793033
try this

Public Function fnGetClinicFromSwitch() As Boolean
   
    Dim intStatus As Variant
   
   
    intStatus = fnGetClinicAllStatus()
   
   
    If intStatus = -1 Then
        fnGetClinicFromSwitch = True
    Else
        fnGetClinicFromSwitch = Forms!frmReports.lstSelectClinic
    End If

End Function
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by:mbizup
ID: 18793035
Sorry... change this:
>ssql = "ID  = " &  fnGetClinicAllStatus

to this:
ssql = "ID " &  fnGetClinicAllStatus
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by:stevbe
ID: 18793109
sounds like a variation of the <All> being placed at the top of your combobox ...

so if nothing is selected you want all IDs greater than 0 ... do you have IDs that are less than 0? or is it that is nothing is selected you want to return all records?
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by:stevbe
ID: 18793147
if it is everything then make a hidden textbox on your form and make it's control source property be ...

=NZ([Form]![Combo0],"*")

change Combo0 to the name of your listbox

in your query use critria of ...

Where ID Like Forms!frmReportCriteria!txtID
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