I have three columns to be summed up, viz., Units, BankedAmt & OtherAmt (through debit/ credit cards) which are bound forms. do not substitute the name of your form.) For Access 97 or earlier, use RecordsetClone instead of Recordset in the function. Also, there was no #Error message displayed. You can't sum controls. Source
Plus I re-read that link you gave me Daniel. HELPJulz Tuesday, April 19, 2011 1:34 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Hi Julz, What is the exact error you get and what code you do you use? Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.Tek-Tips Posting Policies Jobs Jobs from Indeed What: Where: jobs by Link To This Forum! I use continuous record mode for part and child records often. http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=200461
It is what is populating txtWeldInches. –Rister Sep 2 '09 at 18:30 Try "=Sum(NZ([WeldInches], 0)). –shahkalpesh Sep 2 '09 at 19:14 I know that there are no Join UsClose Help in this regard would be really appreciated coz I want to display the total for that single transaction for the main as the details are captured in the subform and Access #error In Textbox I don't know why, but it worked for me.
I didn't want to leave it there forever as a spam precaution. Again, thank you very much for your help on this. I had created a db with just two tables y'day, one for main form and the other for the sub-form and used the sum() on the subform subfooter, it worked fine. https://bytes.com/topic/access/answers/931975-error-subform-field-totalling Feb 11 '12 #6 reply P: 45 JayF Sure enough, decompiling the version I've just sent you fixed the Keep1Open problem, but not the #Error.
Are there any Postbuses left in the UK? Ms Access Sum Textbox Values Web|-- Other Microsoft ProductsPC|-- Network Issues|-- Q & A - Hardware|-- Q & A - Software|-- Q & A - Other PC|-- Virus + Security DiscussionUtterAccess Odds and Ends|-- General Chat|-- Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature. You currently have 0 posts. (All code solutions tested in Access 2003/2007, before posting, unless otherwise noted.) missinglinq View Public Profile Find More Posts by missinglinq
Do you store the Total in a table or do you calculate this on demand by query? https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/5caf3d68-693a-4f54-b4e7-c268b93c2dc6/access-2007-subform-total-wont-work-please-help?forum=accessdev If you have a control called txtWeldInches, try making the ControlSource of txtSumWeldInches =Sum([txtWeldInches]). –David-W-Fenton Sep 3 '09 at 1:42 This is actually what I tried first. Access Form Footer Sum Error share|improve this answer answered Sep 18 at 14:12 SonOfAGun 1 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up Sum In Access Form Good luck with your project!
Already a member? http://downloadcallwave.com/access-form/access-form-error-event.php Thanks everyone! It will not evaluate to null: IsNull([Subf field]) is false 2. I used the expression builder, but instead of going to forms, subforms then finding my form, I just went straight to orders then opened it and saw the subform and now Ms Access Report Sum Calculated Field
I have the subtotals, discounts, quantity and then a field at the bottom which is the sum calculation you gave me above to work it all out. It's control source was Qty (based on the underlying query of the form). The closest is the one that I'm trying to assign the value to and that's called txtSumWeldInches. –Rister Sep 2 '09 at 20:19 I have found since version 2000 have a peek here Then created another field Called TotalAmt which does your calculation using the query and you do not have to enter the formual in the text box.
But then I again recreated my db by copying the tables and recreated the main form and the sub form and tried using the sum formula and there it came, the Access Report Total #error The main form and the sub-form are having fields from two tables, viz., ReceiptHead & ReceiptDetails and are joined by BRHTranNo (RH Table) and SLRTranNo (SR Table). Using the formula =Sum(Nz([Premium],0)) does not change the outcome.
It does occur if the form's Allow Additions property is Yes, or if the form is bound to a non-updatable query. Feb 11 '12 #9 reply Expert 5K+ P: 8,394 ADezii @JayF: I never saw the Attachment. RE: form footer total not working dhookom (Programmer) 23 Jun 14 22:13 What is the data type of Premium? Access Report Sum Textbox Values In older versions of Access, that meant changing: =Sum([Amount]) to: =IIf([Form].[Recordset].[RecordCount] > 0, Sum([Amount]), 0) Access 2007 and later have a bug, so that expression fails.
Password to the backend is asdf. The field is not calculated in any way. In anticipation of some early response. http://downloadcallwave.com/access-form/access-form-error-7787.php Violating of strict-aliasing in C, even without any casting?
I have found this to be the best test, since often it is a total or other number being passed back to the main form. theDBguyView Member Profile Jan 15 2014, 01:34 PM Post#10Access Wiki and Forums ModeratorPosts: 67,393Joined: 19-June 07From: SoCal, USAHi,The only way I could think of is to include the total in the If I step thru the code in break mode, it works just fine, but it doesn't execute properly when I let it run. Not the answer you're looking for?
You currently have 0 posts. (All code solutions tested in Access 2003/2007, before posting, unless otherwise noted.) missinglinq View Public Profile Find More Posts by missinglinq The user in this dept who cannot see the totals is working in the office, not remotely like those users mentioned in my original post. I have looked on line and that seems to be the way to do it. You currently have 0 posts. (All code solutions tested in Access 2003/2007, before posting, unless otherwise noted.) missinglinq View Public Profile Find More Posts by missinglinq
This solved the problem.
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