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Access 2007 Requery Not Working

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Hello,

I have a form with multiple subforms on it.  The original application was written in Access 2000.  I requery a form that has totals on the bottom of it.

For Example: Field is Sales
In the bottom of the form in the footer is a field total that is =Sum([Sales])

I run some queries to build the subform data and then refresh the subforms as follows:
 
  Me.Parent.PlanPat.Requery
    Me.Parent.PatColorHist.Requery
    Me.Parent.PatSizeHist.Requery
    Me.Parent.PatHistSColorSize.Requery
    Me.Include.SetFocus
    Me.cmdUpdate.Visible = False
    Me.FormHeader.BackColor = -2147483633

The first time I make selections and run it, all is well.  If I change the criteia and run again, all the sum fields disappear.  I can sit for 10 minutes and they dont display.  If I pop off Acces to another open application like Outlook and pop back, the fields display fine.

Never had the problem before "07"  any thoughts are appreciated.
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Question by:vmccune
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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You can try the basic stuff.
Create a blank A2007 accdb, then import all objects (except linked tables) from the A2000 mdb.

And even prior to this, just try a Compact and Repair on the ACCDB.

So ... you're saying it has never worked in A2007 ?

mx
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by:vmccune
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Been there, done those.

I just tried makeing a buttom on the main for and requiered without the parent and it still does not work.

Its not a big requery and the table soruce for the form has only 18 records.
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So .... the data is there right, just not displaying until you change focus to another app window and back?

mx
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by:vmccune
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Yep.  Not only is the data there, all the records display fine and refresh EXCEPT the total buttons.
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by:vmccune
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I think I found the probelm.  One field is calulated and is looping.  I am awarding you the points for helping me.
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glad you found it ...

mx
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