Click here to Skip to main content
       

Database

 
QuestionVisual Studio 2005 Access 2010 Database PinmemberMember 98194707-Feb-13 12:06 
AnswerRe: Visual Studio 2005 Access 2010 Database PinmemberMycroft Holmes7-Feb-13 13:45 
QuestionSimulate transaction: non blocking insert / update PinmemberBob Stanneveld7-Feb-13 11:12 
AnswerRe: Simulate transaction: non blocking insert / update PinmemberMycroft Holmes7-Feb-13 13:44 
QuestionPropagating a MySQL transaction with MSMQ II PinmemberGer Hayden6-Feb-13 8:08 
QuestionMissing Data in an Access Report PinmemberVuyiswa Maseko6-Feb-13 3:03 
AnswerRe: Missing Data in an Access Report Pinmemberjschell6-Feb-13 8:11 
GeneralRe: Missing Data in an Access Report PinmemberVuyiswa Maseko6-Feb-13 19:01 
Good Day Jschell
 
Thank you for your reply. i will like to reserve my harsh comment for the other reply that i received after you , but i will politely reply to your question.
 
Who has told you that they are going to read this?
 
This is a book called the valuation roll , everyone comes and read this book because it tells a person how much they are going to pay in taxes ,for sure more than a million people are going to read the book.
 

Have you suggested to them what 6000 pages represents? Perhaps if you put a box (10 x 500 packages) on their desk and ask them what they planned to do with that then you might start a conversation that would lead to reports that are actually useful.

 
I have now decided to split it to 30000 to be on the safe side and created temp tables with the data sequential and its fine now thanks , what i learned is that Access Report will never output more than "32767", so basically in a Page you would have 10 records and if you take 590 000 and Divide by 10 it gives more 30000 Pages, so that is when i realized where and how to fix the problem.
 
Your reply was still going to point me to the direction of Splitting the data.
 
Thanks
Vuyiswa Maseko,
 
Spoted in Daniweb-- Sorry to rant. I hate websites. They are just wierd. They don't behave like normal code.
 
C#/VB.NET/ASP.NET/SQL7/2000/2005/2008
http://www.vuyiswamaseko.com
vuyiswa[at]dotnetfunda.com
http://www.Dotnetfunda.com

GeneralRe: Missing Data in an Access Report Pinmemberjschell7-Feb-13 9:52 
AnswerRe: Missing Data in an Access Report PinmemberMycroft Holmes6-Feb-13 12:27 
GeneralRe: Missing Data in an Access Report PinmemberVuyiswa Maseko6-Feb-13 19:06 
GeneralRe: Missing Data in an Access Report PinmemberMycroft Holmes6-Feb-13 20:27 
GeneralRe: Missing Data in an Access Report PinmemberVuyiswa Maseko6-Feb-13 20:32 
GeneralRe: Missing Data in an Access Report Pinmemberjschell7-Feb-13 9:56 
Questionoracle error with winserver2008 Pinmemberfares35-Feb-13 1:03 
AnswerRe: oracle error with winserver2008 PinmemberBernhard Hiller5-Feb-13 4:57 
Questionchar(255) vs varchar(255) vs varchar(MAX) Pinmemberdevvvy1-Feb-13 18:22 
AnswerRe: char(255) vs varchar(255) vs varchar(MAX) PinmvpRichard MacCutchan1-Feb-13 23:07 
GeneralRe: char(255) vs varchar(255) vs varchar(MAX) [modified] Pinmemberdevvvy2-Feb-13 15:39 
AnswerRe: char(255) vs varchar(255) vs varchar(MAX) PinmemberPIEBALDconsult2-Feb-13 5:22 
GeneralRe: char(255) vs varchar(255) vs varchar(MAX) Pinmemberdevvvy2-Feb-13 23:30 
GeneralRe: char(255) vs varchar(255) vs varchar(MAX) Pinmemberjschell3-Feb-13 6:36 
QuestionSP Unexpected Behavior Pinmembereddieangel1-Feb-13 7:19 
QuestionEncrypt a field in the database. Pinmembervanikanc1-Feb-13 5:31 
AnswerRe: Encrypt a field in the database. PinmvpEddy Vluggen1-Feb-13 7:02 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.


Advertise | Privacy | Mobile
Web04 | 2.8.140709.1 | Last Updated 9 Jul 2014
Copyright © CodeProject, 1999-2014
All Rights Reserved. Terms of Service
Layout: fixed | fluid