|Subject:||Re: Calculated on Report using iif
|Date:||Wed, 28 Mar 2018 15:58:04 -0400
|From:||"Kevin Baker" <email@example.com>
I've read a little about the code on a report, but have never done it. I
agree creating a summary table will give me much more options. I create a
query like this:
Atthistory.db | MemberID | AbPr |
| calc count | Check |
this gives me a table with:
| AbPr | Count of MemberID |
1 | A | 14 |
2 | P | 5 |
I add the summary.db to the report data model, and the only way I see to add
this information is to add another tableframe
Am I heading in the right direciton?
"Mark Bannister" wrote in message
Are you doing this in a calculated field or with code?
In reports things are interpreted from left to right, top to bottom on
the physical report itself. So given two fields almost on top of each
other, but one 1 pixel above the other, the field on pixel above
You can do this type of calculation in a report by adding code to a
report if you are familiar with that.
It may be easier to do your calculations before opening the report and
have the report on a summary table that displays what you want.
Otherwise to help we need more information. What is the table structure
and how is it displayed in the report?
On 3/28/2018 2:14 PM, Kevin Baker wrote:
> I've got a column in a report that shows either an "A" or a "P". I'm
> tying to count the total A's and the total P's.
> I've tried and failed with these:
> not sure if this is possible. Any ideals of how to achieve this?