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I am using Access 2010 to generate a report. The datasource for the report is a query.

One of the fields in the query contains XML data that I need to parse to extract some info I need to display on the report. The other fields in the query are just regular fields (no xml).

The report contains regular fields from the query and also extracted info from a xml parse function that I wrote.

What report event do I use to call the xml parse function so that I can extract and format the info for the report?

Or do I just call the xml parse function when I define the controlsource for that report text box?

I would appreciate some code samples so I can see the syntax.

Thanks
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by:hnasr
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What about a field in the query that holds the returned value from the function?
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Where do I call the function to have the query return the value?
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I got the answer from questino ID: 33572770.

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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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To be clear, (and so other users can reference the exact solution)...
...is this the link to the post that solved your issue:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS_Access/Q_26439977.html?cid=1573#33572770
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Found the answer in someone else's question.
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