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Count Query using Multi-Valued Field

Posted on 2011-09-20
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Dear Experts,

In Access 2010 I am trying to build a query from which I can produce a set of stats (basic counts).  However the field I need to analyse is a multi-valued field.  (e.g. Commodities, Global markets, FX)

Is there a way using a simple IIF expression that will count the number of records where say "FX" appears somewhere in the field or some other means to perform the count

Many thanks

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shaydie earned 500 total points
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Something like this?

SELECT Count(*) AS RecordCount
FROM TableName
WHERE (((MultiValueField.Value) Like "*FX*"));
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Perfect, thank you
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