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ipisors12
post Jun 17 2019, 03:31 PM
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I have a report whose RecordSource is a SQL server view. There is a textbox named FormName-2014 and its ControlSource is Formname (which is a column from the RecordSource).
A recordsource column AmountFromPage1 also exists.

In another textbox, let's call it txtTest, I have this expression: =IIf([FormName]="140A","",[AmountFromPage1])

I expect that when the FormName (represented in the textbox Formname-2014) is 140A, then txtTest will be blank. But, it always shows something. Anything obvious I am missing here or to check?
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theDBguy
post Jun 17 2019, 03:41 PM
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I'm not sure if you're trying to refer to the content of the Textbox in your expression or the actual field in your Record Source. Or both?

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DanielPineault
post Jun 17 2019, 03:43 PM
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FormName is a Reserved Word and should never be used to name anything and can cause weird behaviors when you use it in any manner other than intended. Rename the field and adjust expression and try again.

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ipisors12
post Jun 17 2019, 03:46 PM
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Thanks Daniel and dbGuy, I actually converted my expression to vba and stepped through it and realized that me.formname was bringing up the name of the Report - then googled and found FormName to be a (apparently somewhat obscure??) reserved word, about the same time you were replying - thanks again gentlemen.
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