Unanswered: Adding a field to a recordset or a better suggestion
Hello - this is my first post so please be gentle.
I am working on a vehicle maintenance database in Access 2007.
I want to pull up a listing of the maintenance items that are required for a specific vehicle and then be able to choose which items need to be done. Once the specific items to be performed are selected then you click a button to print a listing of work to be performed to give to the contractor performing the work.
I created a form that accepts the vehicle Id, the present mileage and the date. I click a button and then my listing comes up in a form.
I created a query that works that gives me the title of the activity, the way that activity is tracked (date,mileage, indicator light), the next time that activity is due, the difference between the present status and the due status(date, Mile, etc). This is loaded into an existing form that lists the individual records and the data input in the header of the form.
What I was trying to do is add a binary field in the query called Selected, default it to false and then link it to a check box on my form. All this works up to here, it is just that when I try to click the selected checkbox in the form, it reports that the field is an expression and can not be changed.
So the question is, is there a way to do this along the lines that I am doing this or is there a better way.
This was done with DAO.
Last edited by daprogra; 05-18-11 at 17:47.
Reason: Add some specifics