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How to filter a query using a field from another table in access?
I have a table called EmpBasic which lists Employees. I want to run a query on that table that gets any ebEmpID filtered out based on the EmpIDs found in tblFilter.
How can I use the filter table tblFilter to filter out my query on EmpBasic?
Thanks in advance!
8/22/2022 - Mon
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Or even this, using an inner join (might be faster)
SELECT EmpBasic .* FROM EmpBasic INNER JOIN tblFilter ON EmpBasic.ebEmpID = tblFilter.EMPID
The tblFilter actually contains a list of the EmpIDs I don't want to appear in the query.. I just changed the first example to NOT IN.
That does the job though!
<< to filter
my query on EmpBasic? >>
I was reading that backwards. Sorry about that.
Glad you worked it out.
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No problem.. It got the job done!
Thanks for the prompt help!
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