Good afternoon, I would like to unpivot an Access Table. I have almost one hundred of columns in Access and one column with the ID and I would like to unpivot, considering all the columns except de ID into one column called “type” (for example). How could I get it from Access? It doesnt matter if is by a SQL
In Microsoft Access, I have a table where number of hours worked per weekday are associated to a project number, ISO-week number and year. Simplified, it looks like this: ProjectID WeekNumber YearNumber Monday Tuesday 1 1 2022 5 6 1 2 2022 7 8 I am trying to set up a query where all weekday columns (monday to sunday) are
The following 2 queries are taken from tables on different databases I’d like to nest these in the following query However, I am getting an error: The connection cannot be used to perform this operation On the following line: rrst.Open mkQry I guess it has to do with MyQuery and MyQuery2, both being from a different database. Is there a
I want to make only the blank cells in ATTRIB_VALUE equal to the values in ATTRIB_VALUE_NUM_9. Answer Something like this: I’m not sure what your table name is based on your post, but I think that’ll get you what you need.
I’m new to working with MS-Access reports. I have a query that returns the results of employees timesheets, grouped by both month and paycode. I’d like to make a report showing the the following Employee OT Shifts Jan Regular Shifts Jan OT Shifts Feb Regular Shifts Feb 1234 1 1 2 1 5678 5 2 1 0 However my query
I’m struggling with entering a custom made ID number on all my tables to link all records together, trying out normalization. I have an EmployeeDetails table and a LoginDetails table. Its my understanding that I need a field called EmployeeID on both and I can use the SQL Select code I have to pull the data like on other forms.
I have the following table I am able to retrieve val by group with : Which give me the following output : But I don’t know how to do : Numerical example : How should I do ? Answer
I have a data table that looks like this: Id Month Number e1 9 2 e2 10 3 e3 10 1 e4 9 3 The month column is an integer. I want to get a sum of number both for October and September, but by using a reference to a current month and last month, as if the data is
This SQL query takes time to execute and I don’t know how can I optimize it/or modify it to have the same results with better performance Answer I rewrote my query like this and it’s very fast Correct me, if I am wrong
I have a table which contains two column with values that are not unique, those values are generated automatically and I have no way to do anything about it, cannot edit the table, db nor make custom functions. With that in mind I’ve solved this problem in sql server, but it contains some functions that does not exist in ms-access.