Getting Data from Table based on text boxes


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Hello, my problem seems to be very familiar to the one in this
thread :
http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/...d.php?t=234613 />Basically I have a list of tables in one combo box.
I want the
user to select which table.
( The tables are stock information,
each table for each different day of the stockmarket)
Then they
select the Stock they want to look at. ( These are the same in all the
tables obviously, so it is the same in the drop down box)
NOW,
the bit i'm struggling with.
Is for a textbox below to show the
value found IN the table name selected, with the stock selected. />How would
Hello.
Lets say I grab data from database and displaying it in
the input text boxes. When user presses on the button I want to grab
the data from those textboxes and display it in the table that will be
generated in the new opened window. I can collect the data from input
text boxes with the code similar to the one below. But how can I then
grab that info and place it inside the table in the new window. Can
anybody help?
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function cycle() {
 
  var aData = ;
    for (var i = 0;
i<document.pricesform.
Webmasters
Hello,
I've seen this type of thread already in this forum
but I can't find any replies that answer my question:
Put very
simply I have two tables e.g "Names" &
"Teams".
Names table:
ID_field (primary key),
Name_field, Extn_field
Teams table:
TeamID (primary key),
Name1_ID, Name2_ID, Task_ID, etc. etc.
I've created a form which
I use to create records in the "Teams" table which consist
of exactly two records from the "Names" table - two combo
boxes draw from the "Names" table (along with other text
info). This works fine. Each record in "Te
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Please help me, I have hit a massive wall again.
I am
writing an estimation program and am having a
run-time error 438
(Object does not support this property or Method).
On the
estimation form is a command button whose on click event holds />the command to open the Report
DoCmd.OpenReport
"Rpt_Estimate", acViewNormal, , , , "DISP_ID" />The recordsource of the report is a table
And on the "On
format event" of the detail section which is made up of text />boxes I am trying to print blanks when there are no more records by
making
the forecolor of the Text boxes white but get the run-time
error on the
Access
Hi all,
I have a form made now and a table created which I
want the form to write to. Is there a way I can make the form write
data to this specific table and specific field?
E.g. I have put
cascading comboboxes in and I want the info selected from these, from
other table to be entered into my new table?
Any ideas, />Thank you in advance!!
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Table name: Items
Field: ItemName
Form name:
Frmpayments
when I open the above form, it should create texts
boxes on "frmpayments" based on how many data available in
"Items" table under "Itemname" field.
Is
there anyway that i can do this.
It'll be even better, if it can
put those item's name in each text box it creates.
Access
Hello, my problem seems to be very familiar to the one in this
thread :
http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/...d.php?t=234613 />Basically I have a list of tables in one combo box.
I want the
user to select which table.
( The tables are stock information,
each table for each different day of the stockmarket)
Then they
select the Stock they want to look at. ( These are the same in all the
tables obviously, so it is the same in the drop down box)
NOW,
the bit i'm struggling with.
Is for a textbox below to show the
value found IN the table name selected, with the stock selected. />How would
Access

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