Didn't try the AZ, but it would probably have worked. Of course you do! Actually, you most certainly don't need it in the SQL because otherwise you'll be sorting twice. I ask, because the above should work. –Fionnuala Oct 12 '11 at 13:28 @Remou seems to be working now. http://gnumatic.com/order-by/order-by-asc-not-working.html
Thanks in advance!theDBguyView Member Profile May 22 2012, 07:48 PM Post#2Access Wiki and Forums ModeratorPosts: 67,800Joined: 19-June 07From: SoCal, USAHi,Not sure how it was working before but try adding this code So simple. Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate. Remove the table name from the Order By property of the report and place s around reserved words/function names. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5656717/ms-access-query-ignoring-order-by-clause
It would be logical to assume that setting the form's sort order would also take precedence. . . OBP, May 17, 2011 #3 DKTaber Thread Starter Joined: Oct 26, 2001 Messages: 2,736 OBP said: ↑ In what way do the Users "do to screw things up"? For example if you have Grouping & Sorting definitions applied, those Sorting options are king, so for your sorting, you would enter and expression that is a function call, and that
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DKTaber, May 17, 2011 #9 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Ms Access Order By Ascending Jira does not want to start?! What is incorrect? I was never accused of being shy or retiring - until this year when "retiring" became a reality.
So if a query is the data source, it takes precedence; if a table is the source, Order By trumps the table. this contact form Now do the same but flip-flop ASCENDING and DESCENDING. share|improve this answer answered Apr 14 '11 at 14:12 HansUp 79.5k114371 Thanks for your help HansUp. field1, field2 The names of the fields on which to sort records. Access Vba Sort Form
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Expected 1." –user706965 Apr 13 '11 at 23:33 That may have been a typo on my part. I would send you the table and form if the problem still existed. Duane Hook'D on Access MS Access MVP RE: Access 2007 to 2010 OrderBy in VBA Not Working jjlogan (Programmer) (OP) 17 Jan 13 17:47 I will try that, but will have They all are overridden by the Group & Sort feature of the Query Report form.
Resources Join | Indeed Jobs | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2016 ENGINEERING.com, Inc. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! I didn't mention this in the initial post, but one of the things I tried was sorting the table by last/first/middle/suffix and saving it. Check This Out printing724View Member Profile May 22 2012, 08:03 PM Post#3Posts: 2Joined: 5-December 04From: PAThat did it!
Unable to complete the operation against any hosts — from Cassandra Add a cache to upgrade your LAN servers faster Why are my Ubuntu/Debian computer upgrades so slow? I maintain a membership database I built for a non-profit I belong to back in 2002 using Access 2000. Clicking it does toggle between Ascending and decending though so nearly there. Thanks much!Ohaven't done much with Access/VBA for the past couple years but I'm committed for life to support this database.
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Advertisement DKTaber Thread Starter Joined: Oct 26, 2001 Messages: 2,736 I put a similar post on TSG in July 2008, but never received an answer specific to my question. The sorting runs perfectly when I use Access 2007 to open the file, but no sorting when use Access 2010 version. That was it. But now our group is getting Office 2010 (32-bit) and the vba OrderBy and OrderByOn properties of the report are not working.
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