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    excellenthelp is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Iif Statement with Two Criteria in calculated Field of a Query?

    Hi Accessors!

    I am attempting to formulate a calculated field with an Iif statement with two criteria and it will not calculate and there are no errors flagged after running the query. Please guide me in what needs to be fixed.

    Code:
    Expr1: IIf(Date()>[Query_RPT_Annual_Report_Tracking]![Anniversary Date] & [Query_RPT_Annual_Report_Tracking]![Date Report Received]=Null,"Overdue","")
    Thanks!!

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    lfpm062010 is offline Competent Performer
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    The "&" is concatenate two strings.

    The "AND" is what you need I think.

    The "=Null" should be ISNULL([Query_RPT_Annual_Report_Tracking]![Date Report Received]).

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    excellenthelp is offline Advanced Beginner
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    ifpm,

    Thank you- it got the query to work properly.

    However, when I create a report on the query, the report will load but will not present the data- the report opens and it stays white blank and the mouse remains in hourglass mode forever. I had to manually force shut the database and re-open. It will not work.

    Am I doing something wrong? I used Report Wizard when I created a report on the query.

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    excellenthelp is offline Advanced Beginner
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    Is it because I do not have a SQL behind the report? If so, how could I write such a line?!

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    lfpm062010 is offline Competent Performer
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    If you use the report wizard and select the query to build the report, there is no reason the report should not work.

    Couple things to check:
    1) Does the query runs and produce the result as expected?
    2) Try to compact and repair and re-create the report using the query and see if it works.

    If that still does not work, can you post the database (remove all the secure data of course).

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    excellenthelp is offline Advanced Beginner
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    I have decided to make a new query since it was pulling multiple records all over the place when it was not supposed to do. However, thanks for the help, lfpm! Keep it up.

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