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Whay does my quesy show "Expr1000"?

Posted on 2015-02-09
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When I run my query, I see afield that says "Expr1000"

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EXPR1000.jpg
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Because one field is included more than once.

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It can mean you have used two columns with the same name in your output (e.g. if you picked 'Event' twice, either from the same table or two different tables) OR it can mean that you have a calculated column (e.g. [EventNo]-1) without specifying an alias for the calculated expression.

If the first is true, remove one of the duplicate columns from your output.
If the second is true, prefix the calculated expression with an alias, thus

MyColAlias:[EventNo]-1
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Adding: (Access 2010)

If you have a field a:

For a calculated field (a + 1), access defaults to Expr1, Expr2, ...
Aliases are reflected in design view and sql view.

When adding a field more than once, then previous entries' aliases default to Expr1000, Expr1001, ...
The aliases don't show in design or sql views
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You are welcome!

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