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Open Invoice Balance by Customer Query Issue

Posted on 2010-08-25
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Tables and Fields are:
Supplier: SupplierID, SupplierName
Invoice: SupplierID, InvoiceID, InvoiceDate, DueDate, OrigInvoiceValue
InvoicePaid: SupplierID, InvoiceID, PaidValue

The end query should be this

SupplierID; SupplierName, InvoiceID, InvoiceDate, DueDate, OrigInvoiceValue, "TotalPaidValue", EndingBalance

THe query should filter out Ending Balance that = 0, Show only Invoices with remaining balances on them.

As you can see I need to sum the payments made for a Supplier and Invoice, Then calculate ending Balance with OrigInvoiceValue-SumofPayments for that Invoice by Supplier.
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by:Kevin Aleshire
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here's an example using a subquery to create the "TotalPaidValue", which is then used in the final query to give you the "EndingBalance", then filter on the "EndingBalance" column with "Not 0"

example.accdb
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by:GRayL
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Try this - I don't have Access2007 but it should work barring any typo's:

SELECT a.SupplierID, a,SupplierName, b.InvoiceID, b.InvoiceDate, b.DueDate, b.OrigInvoiceValue, Sum(c.PaidValue) AS TotalPaidValue, b.OrigInvoiceValue - TotalPaidValue AS EndingBalance
FROM Supplier a INNER JOIN (Invoice b INNER JOIN InvoicePaid c  
ON b.SupplierID = c.SupplierID AND b.InvoiceID = c.InvoiceID)
ON a.SupplierID = b.SupplierID
GROUP BY a.SupplierID, a,SupplierName, b.InvoiceID, b.InvoiceDate, b.DueDate, b.OrigInvoiceValue
HAVING Sum(c.PaidValue)<>b.OrigInvoiceValue
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Here's it is in mdb format, sorry about that.
Example2.mdb
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by:GRayL
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I had two typo's this works:

SELECT a.SupplierID, a.SupplierName, b.InvoiceID, b.InvoiceDate, b.DueDate, b.OrigInvoiceValue, Sum(c.PaidValue) AS TotalPaidValue, b.OrigInvoiceValue - TotalPaidValue AS EndingBalance
FROM Supplier a INNER JOIN (Invoice b INNER JOIN InvoicePaid c  
ON b.SupplierID = c.SupplierID AND b.InvoiceID = c.InvoiceID)
ON a.SupplierID = b.SupplierID
GROUP BY a.SupplierID, a.SupplierName, b.InvoiceID, b.InvoiceDate, b.DueDate, b.OrigInvoiceValue
HAVING Sum(c.PaidValue)<>b.OrigInvoiceValue;
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by:GRayL
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Thanks, glad to help.
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