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Joining Several Fields into One

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Good afternoon,

I have address fields that I want joined into one field to place in a report.
Sounds like an easy request but I have tried and no data is present when you run the report.

I have tried addressline1 & " "& addressline2

As well as addressline1 + addressline2

No data is returned in the report...

Any help would be appreciated,

Thank you-
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Ido Millet earned 125 total points
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If one element is null, the whole expression returns null.

IF IsNull(addressline2)
Then  addressline1 & " "& addressline2
ELSE addressline1


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by:rporter45
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If Statement is slightly off,

It should be then addressline1 else addressline 1 & " "& addressline2

Thank you!
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