I have a question regarding producing an Access query. In simple terms I have a database with two tables – tblOrg and tblOpp
tblOrg has fields OrgID and Name
tblOpp has fields OID, OrgID, Title, Description and Active.
There is a one to many relationship (an Organisation can have many Opportunities).
I can create a query that shows all Orgs with any ACTIVE Opps (that’s a straightforward where clause)
But my question is – how can I construct a query that shows all Orgs that have NO active Opps. (nb – of course an Org can have Active and Inactive Opps and I don’t want them in the list)
I am sure this is simple, but I am stumped at the moment.