The following SQL is a saved query that is the row source for a combo box on a form:
SELECT DISTINCT tblCustomersMain.[Group No], tblCustomersMain.[Account Name], tblCustomersMain.[Contact First Name], tblCustomersMain.CustomerID
FROM tblCustomersMain INNER JOIN tblExpectedTotals ON (tblCustomersMain.CustomerID = tblExpectedTotals.[Customer ID]) AND (tblCustomersMain.[Group No] = tblExpectedTotals.[Group No])
WHERE (((tblCustomersMain.[Excluded from Payments])=False))
ORDER BY tblCustomersMain.[Account Name], tblCustomersMain.[Group No];
When I run the query from the query designer, I get the expected result of only the rows from tblCustomersMain that have a related row in tblExpectedTotals, a total of 294 rows.
However, as the rows source for the combo box, it is returning Group No from tblCustomersMain that do not have a related row in tblExpectedTotals, a total of 330 rows.
Am I missing something? This is Access 2007 on Windows 7 Enterprise.
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Posted by: "Embrey, Darrell" <DEmbrey@bcbsm.com>
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