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Don't Load/Show Null or 0 value in recordset

Posted on 2010-09-23
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This is what I have now when I load the database:
Recordset1.Source = "SELECT * FROM Detail WHERE CardNum='1621706607' AND AdvALREADY_CHRGED='1'"

Now when I run that I get alot of returns in a record named: "AdvAmt" that show up as 0's". I don't want them to show up at all.

I know this is wrong but something like this:
Recordset1.Source = "SELECT * FROM Detail WHERE CardNum='1621706607' AND AdvALREADY_CHRGED='1' AND IF NOT AdvAmt='0' " // Like AdvAmt=!'0' "

Thanks for any help....
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Question by:CompCobalt
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Bill Prew earned 350 total points
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Not sure exactly what you are after, but is it something like this?  If not, then can you share the layout of the Detail table.

Recordset1.Source = "SELECT * FROM Detail WHERE CardNum='1621706607' AND AdvALREADY_CHRGED='1' AND AdvAmt<>'0' "

this assumes AdvAmt is a character column, not numeric.  If numeric then typicall would be:

Recordset1.Source = "SELECT * FROM Detail WHERE CardNum='1621706607' AND AdvALREADY_CHRGED='1' AND AdvAmt<>0"

lastly, if there are nulls as well as zeroes in that column, then perhaps something like this:

Recordset1.Source = "SELECT * FROM Detail WHERE CardNum='1621706607' AND AdvALREADY_CHRGED='1' AND AdvAmt<>'0' AND advAmt IS NOT NULL"

~bp
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by:CompCobalt
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That did it! Thanks!
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by:CompCobalt
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How on to question number too...
I added:
Recordset1.Source = "SELECT * FROM Detail WHERE CardNum='1621706607' AND AdvALREADY_CHRGED='1' AND AdvAmt<>0"

And it works, now if the page is empty and no records are found. how do i redirect them to a diffrent page ??? Do u want me to open a new question ?
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by:CompCobalt
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Nevermind i got it, here is the code:


<%

If (Recordset1.RecordCount > 0) Then

    Response.Write("Record(s) are in the RecordSet")

Else

    //Response.Write("RecordSet in empty")

 		Response.Redirect("norecords.asp")

End If

%>

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by:CompCobalt
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Sorry remove the //Response.Write("RecordSet in empty")
and change it to 'Response.Write("RecordSet in empty")
It's a comment... :-)
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by:Bill Prew
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Okay, glad my original response was helpful.  Thanks.

~bp
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