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IIf syntax problem.

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What is wrong with:

=IIf([txtReadyQty]>0,DSum("[ShipQty]","tblShipmentDetails","[ReadyID] = " & [Forms]![frmPlanted][subfrmReady].Form![txtReadyID]),0)

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[Forms]![frmPlanted] !  [subfrmReady].Form![txtReadyID]
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