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Subform Does not read recordset

Posted on 2013-10-23
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Hello Experts,

I have the following query qryDiscrepancies

SELECT tblReservations.*
FROM tblReservations
WHERE (((tblReservations.fldTripSubType)=[Forms]![frmDiscrepDetails]![txtTripID]));

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Here frmDiscrepDetails is a parent form and with in it I have a subform, whose record source = qryDiscrepancies

However, when I load the parent form, the subform is empty, but while the parent form is still loaded if I run qryDiscrepancies I get the needed records in the query view, but never in the subform.

What am I doing wrong?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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try removing the criteria in your query "qryDiscrepancies"

SELECT tblReservations.*
FROM tblReservations

then set the Master/Child Link property of the subform to

Master TripID
Child     fldTripSubType

you are not getting any records because the subform is loaded first before the main form..

or you can add a requery for the subform in the load event of the main form
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Thank you!
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