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Access Vb - Filtering a List Control as Data is input in a Control Textbox - Grouping/Ordering List

Posted on 2013-01-06
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Hello All

This is a followup question to Original Question on same topic

Irog assisted in fixing the problem after Mbiz had pointed me down the correct path but I was missing a piece still.

The filtering of the list as the user inputs info into a bound textbox control works but the list is sorting based on the ID number.  I need to modify the code to keep the list filtered by the StreetName (text).....

The original code that filters (unsorted) is.....

    If Len(StreetName.Text) > 0 Then
        strSQL = "SELECT AddressStreetID, StreetName FROM dta_Streets" & _
        " WHERE AddressStreetID > 2 AND StreetName LIKE '" & Me.StreetName.Text & "*'"
    Else
        strSQL = "SELECT AddressStreetID, StreetName FROM dta_Streets"
    End If

    Me.listExistingStreets.RowSource = strSQL

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Now then I attempted to modify the strSQL to Group and Order the list but it makes the filtering of the list unresponsive....

The code I tried changing it to is:
    If Len(StreetName.Text) > 0 Then
        strSQL = "SELECT AddressStreetID, StreetName FROM dta_Streets" & _
        " WHERE AddressStreetID > 2 AND StreetName LIKE " & Me.StreetName & "*'" & _
        " GROUP BY AddressStreetID, StreetName" & _
        " ORDER BY StreetName"
    Else
        strSQL = "SELECT AddressStreetID, StreetName FROM dta_Streets" & _
        " GROUP BY AddressStreetID, StreetName" & _
        " ORDER BY StreetName"

    End If
    
    Me.listExistingStreets.RowSource = strSQL

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Is my syntax wrong on adding the Group By and Order By ????
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" I need to modify the code to keep the list filtered by the StreetName (text)...."

Do you mean Sorted by streetname.  If so remove both Group By clauses (lines 4 and 8)
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by:wlwebb
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When I do that the filtering of the list doesn't work......  oops I did mean sorted by StreetName, you are correct.

PS Yes, StreetName is Text
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by:wlwebb
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Never mind... missed an ' in my code........  uggghhh
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