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I have two tables: concediu_zile and  V03. I want a query to update table V03 (please see the example). Example: For CNP 112 because I have in zile concediu(table: concediu_zile) the valu1-jul-2009 the query must put "1" in the column 1_jul(table V03) for CNP 112 and so on. Please see the example:

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concediu_zile                                                V03
CNP      zileconcediu                                       CNP       1_jul    2_jul     3_jul    
112       1-jul-2009                                          112                                
112       2-jul-2009                                          114                                                    
114       2-jul-2009                                          115                                  
114       3-jul-2009
115       2-jul-2009


V03 (after I run the query)
CNP               1_jul         2_jul                3_jul        
112                  1              1
114                                   1                     1                
115                                  1

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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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what about this:
UPDATE V03
   SET [1_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=" & CNP & " AND zileconcediu = '1-jul-2009' " )
     , [2_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=" & CNP & " AND zileconcediu = '2-jul-2009' " )
     , [3_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=" & CNP & " AND zileconcediu = '3-jul-2009' " )

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by:Qw M
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When I run the query I get .... didn't update the fils due to a type conversion failture... 1_jul, 2_jul, 3_jul must be text or numeric filds. The filds were text but now I changed the filds and are number with filds size integer.
Please help me...
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by:Qw M
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I think it is the CNP because the CNP fild is text.
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by:Qw M
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no... is it not the CNP fild..... Please help me....
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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ok, let's see:
UPDATE V03
   SET [1_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=""" & CNP & """ AND zileconcediu = ""1-jul-2009"" " )
     , [2_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=""" & CNP & """ AND zileconcediu = ""2-jul-2009"" " )
     , [3_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=""" & CNP & """ AND zileconcediu = ""3-jul-2009"" " )

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by:Qw M
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I get the same error .....didn't update the fils due to a type conversion failture...    1_jul, 2_jul, 3_jul must be text or numeric filds? I changed form number to text and I get the same mesage........    didn't update the fils due to a type conversion failture... And the CNP must be a fild text....

Please hepl me.
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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what data type is zileconcediu ?
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by:Qw M
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date/time with format medium date
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ok
UPDATE V03
   SET [1_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=""" & CNP & """ AND zileconcediu = #2009-06-01# " )
     , [2_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=""" & CNP & """ AND zileconcediu = #2009-06-02# " )
     , [3_jul] = DMAX(1, "concediu_zile", "CNP=""" & CNP & """ AND zileconcediu = #2009-06-03# " )

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It's working. Thank you so much!
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