Access 2016 - Query Challenge

Greetings!
I have a query that needs to pull certain data from a form, however it isn't behaving.
Please review this SQL code and let me know if you see where I went sideways,
thanks!
Dennis

SELECT DISTINCTROW tbl_entry_sheet.team_leader, ([first_name] & " " & [last_name]) AS Sales, tbl_entry_sheet.deal_num, tbl_entry_sheet.total_est_feg, Avg(tbl_entry_sheet.days_in_stock) AS AvgOfdays_in_stock, Avg(tbl_entry_sheet.billed_beg) AS AvgOfbilled_beg, Avg(tbl_entry_sheet.ptoc) AS AvgOfptoc, 1 AS CountOfsalesman_id1, tbl_entry_sheet.deal_type, [total_est_feg]+[billed_beg]+[ptoc] AS Contribution, Count(tbl_entry_sheet.customer) AS CountOfcustomer, tbl_entry_sheet.dealdate, tbl_entry_sheet.dealdate, [billed_beg]+[ptoc] AS ["BEG+BS"], tbl_entry_sheet.deal_type, tbl_entry_sheet.tint_amt, tbl_entry_sheet.tint, GunnDealershipData.Logo
FROM tbl_new_vehicles, (tbl_entry_sheet INNER JOIN tbl_salesmen ON tbl_entry_sheet.salesman_id1 = tbl_salesmen.salesman_id) INNER JOIN GunnDealershipData ON tbl_entry_sheet.store_id = GunnDealershipData.[Store#]
GROUP BY tbl_entry_sheet.team_leader, ([first_name] & " " & [last_name]), tbl_entry_sheet.deal_num, tbl_entry_sheet.total_est_feg, [total_est_feg]+[billed_beg]+[ptoc], tbl_entry_sheet.dealdate, [billed_beg]+[ptoc], tbl_entry_sheet.deal_type, tbl_entry_sheet.tint_amt, tbl_entry_sheet.tint, tbl_entry_sheet.store_id, tbl_entry_sheet.deal_type, tbl_entry_sheet.dealdate, tbl_entry_sheet.dealdate
HAVING (((tbl_entry_sheet.store_id)=[Forms]![LaunchPad]![Dealership]) AND ((tbl_entry_sheet.deal_type)>=[Forms]![LaunchPad]![StartDate]) AND ((tbl_entry_sheet.dealdate)<=[Forms]![LaunchPad]![End Date]));
DGWhittakerAsked:
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aikimarkConnect With a Mentor Commented:
it isn't behaving
We could use some clarifying details
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Gustav BrockConnect With a Mentor CIOCommented:
Most likely you may, in the query, have to specify these:

    [Forms]![LaunchPad]![StartDate]
    [Forms]![LaunchPad]![End Date]

as parameters of data type Date.

/gustav
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DGWhittakerAuthor Commented:
I will try the date parameter to see if that fixes it.

When I run the query it comes up empty even though there is data in the form to filter the data by dealership, start and end date.

Hope that helps!
Thanks all!
Dennis
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PatHartmanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
The HAVING Clause should be a WHERE clause

The HAVING clause is applied AFTER aggregation and should only be used on aggregated values.  The WHERE is applied prior to aggregation and is used to eliminate or select items to aggregate.  Store_ID isn't in the selected columns so it is gone after aggregation and that is why the query fails to return anything.
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PatHartmanCommented:
Why is my answer incorrect?
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aikimarkCommented:
I think PatHartman posted the best answer
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
Without a response, no one knows, an no reply will be of interest or knowledge for upcoming readers. Thus a delete.

/gustav
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PatHartmanCommented:
As I look at again, the second condition is most likely the issue.

 ((tbl_entry_sheet.deal_type)>=[Forms]![LaunchPad]![StartDate])

deal_type should probably be dealdate.

However, the use of HAVING is still incorrect.  It is just not causing this problem.
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DGWhittakerAuthor Commented:
Greetings All!
Sorry to have caused a concern.
In the end this was a nonsensical issue where I was calling the field name instead of the field. The original code worked fine.

I want to make sure everyone gets recognized for their efforts, so should I simply give everyone some credit?

Thanks!
Dennis
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DGWhittakerAuthor Commented:
I have closed this question at least 2 times already.
I don't know why it still pops up,
Thanks!
Dennis
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