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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Parametric query question

    Hi,


    I want to create a parametric query but instead of getting the regular "Enter parameter value" dialog, I want to use a more advanced dialog with a listbox control or perhaps a search function to select the parameter. Is this possible ? If not, is there a workaround ?


    tnx, Wouter

  2. #2
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    I don't have a solution for the query, however a workaround could be your answer. You could create a form with your listbox control or search function and have a button that will create a query based upon your selection in the form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krista327
    I don't have a solution for the query, however a workaround could be your answer. You could create a form with your listbox control or search function and have a button that will create a query based upon your selection in the form.

    I was thinking in that direction too, however I can not find a command which will create a query which will be listed in the query menu. I want to get a table as you would get from a normal query. Later on, i probably want to be able to make a report based on this query. Any ideas ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost5-2
    I was thinking in that direction too, however I can not find a command which will create a query which will be listed in the query menu. I want to get a table as you would get from a normal query. Later on, i probably want to be able to make a report based on this query. Any ideas ?
    Check out the DAO QueryDef object or you could have a stab at ADOX. These both allow you to create queries (though I've not played with ADOX much).
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  5. #5
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    Great ! Tnx, this is exactly what I needed !

    Wouter

    Quote Originally Posted by pootle flump
    Check out the DAO QueryDef object or you could have a stab at ADOX. These both allow you to create queries (though I've not played with ADOX much).

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