I am trying to run the following update query when clicking a command button in access 2007 but I cannot seem to pass the [ID] from the current form to the query:
The sql from the query that access has generated is:
UPDATE tblPayroll INNER JOIN tblContractor ON tblPayroll.c_ID = tblContractor.c_ID SET tblPayroll.Locked = -1
WHERE (((tblPayroll.Locked)=0) AND ((tblPayroll.c_ID)=[ID]) AND ((tblPayroll.PaymentDate) Between [Beginning Date] And [Ending Date]));
If i run the query by double clicking it i am prompted for the 'ID' and the 'beginning date' & 'ending date' and the query runs fine (updating only those records that match the [ID].
However, if i run the query by clicking the command button in the contractors form I wish to somehow pass the [ID] in the form automatically to the query so that the user is not prompted to enter the ID themselves.
The command button uses an embedded macro to open the query in datasheet view and edit mode.
Can anyone help please?