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Subreports coming up empty???  Link Child Fields and Link Master Fields are set properly.

Posted on 2008-09-30
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I cannot figure out why the four subreports on my master report are coming up blank.  They worked fine when I closed the db last night.  The subreports themselves open fine and have data.  The queries have data.  But when I open the report - it has data from it's query - but all the subreports are blank.  Any ideas?
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I got it.  I had copied the link field and moved it then referenced it with a format value.  I was hoping to display it formatted the way I wanted but it doesn't seem to like it.  Once I deleted the display value and brought the original text box that has the link field - it worked okay.
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I don't know how to close this.
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