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troubleshooting Question

Access 2007 query results different than vba sql results

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williecgFlag for United States of America asked on
Microsoft Access
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Hello experts this one really has me stumped.

Access 2007 query results are different than vba sql results.

Query produces one record.  This is the correct result.

VBA SQL produces 3 records.  There are 3 records in the table.

There are 4 fields in the table.
  T_ID is autonumber, indexed, no dups
  D_ID is number, indexed, dups ok
  The other 2 are text
When the D_ID field in NOT indexed the vba sql produces 1 record, the same as the query.

When the D_ID field IS indexed, the vba sql produces 3 records, the query produces 1 record.

Here is the sql that I ran from the query
SELECT [00_test2].T_ID
FROM 00_test2
WHERE ((([00_test2].LR_Eye)='Left') AND (([00_test2].Tissue_Type)='Whole Globe') AND (([00_test2].D_ID)=479300912));

Here is the VBA sql
strsql = _
"SELECT [00_test2].T_ID FROM 00_test2 WHERE ( (LR_Eye) = 'Left' AND ((Tissue_Type)= 'Whole Globe') AND ((D_ID)= 479300912)) "

MsgBox ("/.............  " & strsql)

Set rst = db.OpenRecordset(strsql)

MsgBox (rst.RecordCount)

Thanks this is making me crazy.