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Sql I just want to be able to pull the number instead of the date

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    TheSpecialist is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Sql I just want to be able to pull the number instead of the date

    Good evening,

    The script below pulls the by the date however, I would like to enter a number as my parameter instead of by date. I like how my script is working below I just want to change it to be able to pull the number. I would like to enter the number from my database and it pulls everytime that number came and shows the dates of all the time it came with 5 days before and 5 days after. So if I put in 333 in as my parameter and the date this number fell on was 2/1/2012. It will show. Along with the numbers that fell after , for instance 333 and I would like to be able to see what fell on 2/2/2012 and so on.

    PARAMETERS [Enter Date:] DateTime;
    SELECT "YourTable" AS SourceTable, YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM YourTable
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5
    UNION ALL
    SELECT "Cash4Table", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM Cash4Table
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5
    UNION ALL
    SELECT "GAFiveTable", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM GAFiveTable
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5
    UNION ALL SELECT "Fantasy5Table", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM Fantasy5Table
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-4 AND [Enter Date:]+5
    ORDER BY SourceTable, YourDate;




    Thank you in advance

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    --This is untested --
    Code:
    PARAMETERS [Enter Date:] DateTime, [Enter YourNumber:] Long;
    SELECT "YourTable" AS SourceTable, YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM YourTable
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5 AND YourNumber = TheNumber 
    ORDER BY SourceTable, YourDate;
    
    UNION ALL
    SELECT "Cash4Table", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM Cash4Table
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5 AND YourNumber = TheNumber 
    UNION ALL
    SELECT "GAFiveTable", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM GAFiveTable
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5 AND YourNumber = TheNumber 
    UNION ALL SELECT "Fantasy5Table", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM Fantasy5Table
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-4 AND [Enter Date:]+5 AND YourNumber = TheNumber
    From HELP:
    In the ORDER BY clause, refer to fields by what they are called in the first SELECT statement.


    I haven't designed a query using the "Parameters" keyword - I always use a form to get the parameters for the query.
    HTH
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    Steve
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    "Veni, Vidi, Velcro"
    (I came; I saw; I stuck around.)

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    TheSpecialist is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Thank you I am testing it now

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    I was finally able to get the query to execute, but it took a workaround - two queries.

    The Union query named "Query1Sub"
    Code:
    PARAMETERS [Enter Date:] DateTime, [Enter TheNumber:] Long;
    SELECT "YourTable" AS SourceTable, YourTable.YourDate, YourTable.YourNumber
    FROM YourTable
    WHERE (((YourTable.[YourDate]) Between [Enter Date:]-5 And [Enter Date:]+5))
    UNION ALL 
    SELECT "Cash4Table", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM Cash4Table
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5;
    UNION ALL
    SELECT "GAFiveTable", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM GAFiveTable
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-5 AND [Enter Date:]+5
    UNION ALL SELECT "Fantasy5Table", YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM Fantasy5Table
    WHERE YourDate BETWEEN [Enter Date:]-4 AND [Enter Date:]+5;
    And main query named "Query1Main"
    Code:
    SELECT SourceTable, YourDate, YourNumber
    FROM Query1Sub
    ORDER BY SourceTable, YourDate;
    Open "Query1Main", enter the parameters.......
    HTH
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    Steve
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    "Veni, Vidi, Velcro"
    (I came; I saw; I stuck around.)

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    TheSpecialist is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Thank you so much

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