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Onn 06/05/2013 02:29 AM, Marion & Noel Lodge wrote:
I have a Form with families info in the Main Form and family members info
in a Sub Form. The Tables and relevant fields are -
Main Form (Families)
<Info fields follow>

Sub Form (Roll)
RollID         BIGINT     IDENTITY
FamilyKey  BIGINT
<Info fields follow>

I have linked the forms using fields FamilyID and FamilyKey - a one to many
link.  However I get the error -
The data content could not be loaded.
SQL Statement:
WHERE ("FamilyKey" = :[*]link_from_FamilyID) [42001-139]

The problem seems to be the 'link_from_FamilyID' phrase.  I Googled 42001,
and all it says is that it is an invalid SQL Statement, but I don't know
what is wrong.  Even if I did, the SQL statement is generated by the
Wizard!  Is there a way of manually over riding the Wizard?  Failing that
I'll need to write a macro to filter the Roll records to achieve what I
want to happen.  But I shouldn't need to do this.  In another application I
have previously got this sort of linking to work.

Can anybody see what I am doing wrong here?

I'm running LO version and Windows 7.


Noel Lodge
Needed information: How did you link these two tables? (Specific steps please.) Are you using Base as the front end to another database? Where did Base get the name "LUCROLLS"? (I know that "PUBLIC" is the schema and 'Roll" is the table name.) Is "LUCROLLS" the name of the database perhaps? I created a database with two tables: Families and Roll. Families was given the primary key, FamilyID (BIGINT). Roll was given two fields: RollID (primary key, BIGINT), and FamilyKey (BIGINT). Using the Form Wizard, I created a form with Families as the main form and Roll as the subform. Step 2: (Setup sub form) Clicked "Add subform" box. Clicked Next. Step 3: (Add subform fields) Selected "Table:Roll" from the Tables or queries drop-down list. Clicked the double right arrow to move all the fields from the table, Roll, to the "Fields in form" list. Clicked Next. Step 4: (Get joined fields) Select FamilyKey from the "First joined subform field" drop-down list. Select FamilyID from the "First joined main form field" drop-down list. Click Next. I then went through the rest of the steps of the Form Wizard.
     Possible way to correct the situation: Edit the form.
Add the Form Controls toolbar. (View > Toolbars > Form Controls) The fourth icon from the left is the Form tool (icon). But first control click the FamilyKey field. Then click the Form tool. (The Form properties dialog opens.) Click the Data tab. Click the ellipse (...) for "Link master fields". (The "Linked fields" dialog opens.) Select FamilyKey from the top Roll drop-down list. Select FamilyID from the Families drop-down list. Click OK. Close the Form Properties dialog. Save the Form. Save the database.


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