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Posting Yak Master

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Posted - 03/24/2007 :  02:04:41  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
this query that a user created gives you a dialog box "like the edit parameters" box and you can put the month and year in yourself and it generates a report. Now I have one for searching my subforms last name field

(@Enter_SubjLastName nvarchar(100))
RETURN ( SELECT     dbo.Report.[Incident Report No], dbo.Subjects.SubjFirstName, dbo.Subjects.SubjLastName, dbo.Report.TypeOfIncident
FROM         dbo.Report INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Subjects ON dbo.Report.[Incident Report No] = dbo.Subjects.[Incident number]
WHERE     (dbo.Subjects.SubjLastName = @Enter_SubjLastName) )

This is a function and you enter in the last name and it generate a report for you, now from what I see hes doing the same thing but with Month and Year, does that make sense??

Edited by - muzzettemm on 03/24/2007 02:07:36
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