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    Query to Pull from Date Range & Check 2 Areas

    I wrote this query to do the following:
    1) Check a date range
    2) Check a Value Stream
    3) Return all records in that date range that have that Value Stream as a Sender or a Receiver



    The following is the SQL and I'm also attaching an image of what the relationships look like. I'm currently getting zero returns from this query and I should get 232. Thanks in advance!

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    SELECT QA.[QA Number], QA.[QA Type], QA.[QA Trigger], QA.[Discovered On], QA.Shift, QA.[Date Produced], QA.[Lot Number or Cavity Number], QA.[RBS Die Number or Mold Letter], QA.[Details from Issuer], QA.[Immediate Actions Taken], QA.[Scrapped Material?], QA.[Qty and Amt], QA.[Traceability Data], QA.[Is this a HOLD?], QA.[BAM Cut-Off Die Number], QA.[Area Where Discovered], QA.[Receiving Area], QA.[Machine ID], QA.[Product Being Rejected], QA.[Discovered By], QA.[Technician Addressing QA]
    
    
    
    
    FROM (Areas INNER JOIN QA ON Areas.[Area ID] = QA.[Area Where Discovered]) INNER JOIN Areas AS Areas_1 ON QA.[Receiving Area] = Areas_1.[Area ID]
    
    
    
    
    WHERE (
    (
    (QA.[Discovered On]) Between [Forms]![Export QAs to Excel]![Text45] And [Forms]![Export QAs to Excel]![Text47]
    ) 
    AND 
    (
    (Areas.[Value Stream]) Like "*" & Forms![Export QAs to Excel]!VsSelect & "*" OR (Areas_1.[Value Stream]) Like "*" & Forms![Export QAs to Excel]!VsSelect & "*"
    )
    )
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    Problem is possibly the INNER JOINs. Change to LEFT or RIGHT (not sure which applies here) - 'Show all records from QA and only those ...'
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    Attempted this change and yielded the same result :-(

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    Is VsSelect a combobox? Is the true value of the combobox the AreaID?
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    VsSelect is an Unbound combo box where I manually listed values. The values match the 5 existing "Value Streams" that appear in the Areas table.

    Hope this helps.

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    So it is a ValueList and single column? Sorry, can't see anything wrong with the query. If you want to provide db for analysis, follow instructions at bottom of my post.
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    Database.zip

    I don't see anything wrong with it either. It's making me crazy!

    I'm attaching the database. The Query is called "Export to Excel" and the fields it's referencing are in the form "Export QAs to Excel"

    Let me know if you find anything. I've been staring at it for hours.

    Thanks

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    I get records with various combinations of criteria but what parameters should be input in form to return 232 records?

    There are values in Value Stream field not in your combobox list. The combobox list could be created with a query and that will assure all values are available.

    BTW, advise no spaces or special characters/punctuation (underscore is exception) in field and object naming.
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    Fusion from 10/1/13 to 10/31/13 should return 232 records. The items that do not appear in the combobox list are not areas we're currently using the database for. Can you elaborate more on your idea for the query?

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    The combobox RowSource could be: SELECT DISTINCT [Value Stream] FROM Areas ORDER BY [Value Stream];

    I get 223 records. As far as I can recall, I didn't change anything.

    Some records don't have data in these criteria fields. That could cause some records to not retrieve. If that is a concern, need to handle the nulls. One way is to construct fields with an expression and apply the parameters to those constructed fields.

    ValStr: Nz([Value Stream],"")

    You have lookups in tables. I NEVER do that. http://access.mvps.org/access/lookupfields.htm
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