I have a continuous form that uses the following SQL statement for it's record source.
strSQL = "SELECT Customer.Customer, RehabJobs.Address, Rehabjobs.CompletedDate, RehabJobs.RehabJobID, RehabJobs.CustomerType, Customer.CustAbrv, RehabJobs.Zip," _
& " RehabJobs.JobName, RehabJobs.Lockbox, RehabJobs.RequestDate, RehabJobs.DueDate, RehabJobs.PMID, RehabJobs.JobDesc, RehabJobs.Amount," _
& " RehabJobs.JobStatus, RehabJobs.ApprovalDate, RehabJobs.ScheduledDate, RehabJobs.ETCDate, RehabJobs.NewETCDate, RehabJobs.Notes, RehabJobs.NewETCReason, RehabJobs.CustomerID" _
& " FROM Customer RIGHT JOIN RehabJobs ON Customer.CustomerID = RehabJobs.CustomerID" _
& " Where ((Rehabjobs.closed) <> -1) AND ((Rehabjobs.JobStatus)<>11)" _
& " ORDER BY Customer.Customer, RehabJobs.JobName, RehabJobs.RehabJobID;"
And when i use the forms record selector to delete a record. The form deletes both the customer record from the customer table and the rehabjob record from the rehabjobs table.
I just want to delete the record from the rehabjobs table.
Why is this.
Normally i control all deletions with VBA, but i was trying to speed things up a little with the development of the DB and thought i would take advantage of the built in functions.