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Hi guys,
i have a text box ( Supplier_Name) on the main form
i would like to filter subform by any part of entered charactor on
the feild (suplier_Name)
here is my code :
style="margin:20px; margin-top:5px">
style="margin-bottom:2px">Code:
dir="ltr" style="text-align:left">Private Sub Find_Click()
 
  If Not IsNull(Supplier_Name) Then
     
Me.Suppliers_Details.Form.Filter = "[Supplier_Name] = '"
& Me.Supplier_Name & "'"
     
.FilterOn = True
        Exit Sub
 
[Resolved] Set Match: to Any Part of Field /> 
Can someone please point me in the right
direction.
Im trying to set the Access (inbuilt) Find function
(Ctrl F) Match:
combo to Any Part of Field other than the defualt
Whole Field.
ie. I want to set the default TO Any Part of
Field.
Regards,
Bruce.
Databases
Match a full column to a part of another /> 
Hi,
Im having issues making a join of two
tables.
Table1 is
Name varchar(64)
Route varchar
(20)
Item char(2) (just 1 item per record i.e. "XX") />Table2 is
Benefit varchar(20)
Route varchar(20)
Items
varchar(128) (many items per record i.e. "XY, XX, YY") />I need to make a report that shows the name from table1 and the
benefits from table2, where they have the same route on both tables
AND also -heres the complexity and the question- where the Item from
table1 IS CONTAINED in table2. So I though
Databases
Hi, all,
according to the following HTML,

http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.qdisc.classful.html
section 9.5.3.1.
PRIO parameters & usage:
it says:
"If you do not
provide tc filters to classify traffic, the PRIO qdisc looks at the
TC_PRIO priority to decide how to enqueue traffic."
So my
understanding is that the Priomap will be consulted to classify the
packet.
However, I see the packet always goes into the
"best-effort" queue, i.e. band1, the medium priority queue,
no matter how I change the TOS byte of the packet.
Can someone
point out why it behaves like that? Thanks very much.
Linux
How do I ignore part of a match? I am trying to digg the URL out... />match(/(?:h)ref=".*"/i));
That will find it, but not
ignore the h. (I want to ignore http=" up to the closing ")
Webmasters
I have a procedure to filter and create a query. One of the
fields is a checkbox. The code below works and filters whether the
control is True or False. The questions is what do I do if want to see
all records True and False.
' Check for LIKE Paid
If
Me.chkPaid < 1 Then
varWhere = varWhere &
"[Received] LIKE """ & Me.chkPaid &
""" AND "
End If
Access
Hi guys,
i have a text box ( Supplier_Name) on the main form
i would like to filter subform by any part of entered charactor on
the feild (suplier_Name)
here is my code :
style="margin:20px; margin-top:5px">
style="margin-bottom:2px">Code:
dir="ltr" style="text-align:left">Private Sub Find_Click()
 
  If Not IsNull(Supplier_Name) Then
     
Me.Suppliers_Details.Form.Filter = "[Supplier_Name] = '"
& Me.Supplier_Name & "'"
     
.FilterOn = True
        Exit Sub
 
Access

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