Great Day, I have created a feature that permits a vehicle repair shop to send out email reminders for repairs that need to be performed on Customers’ vehicles. These reminders are triggers by qryServiceReminder. I am trying to take into account that more than one task may need to be performed on a particular vehicle; consequently, I have a do until loop in the code that checks for more than one task. However, this code is not giving me the desired results.
If you click on frmServiceReminder, you will see that two customers have triggered a service reminder (this is based on JobID): David Robbins has one service reminder and Barry Green has two. When the email is generated, Robbins’ service need is a “Radiator Flush”, while Green’s service need is “Weather stripping on trunk” and “CO2 Sensor needs replacing,” but the email displays that Robbins needs two radiator flushes and Green needs three Weather stripping in trunk.
I’d appreciate if you could correct my code to show one radiator flush for Robbins and the two service needs for Green.
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