Thanks, the database does have a userId and password it its hosted form (under a different file name on our host) - changed the name, removed the userId/password and records for the ourpose of this inquiry. Always good to have a reminder, though for security sake.
Can you clarify what you mean by a field or code to find all? Depending on the code indicated in the field, a script has to be written to have FM go to the corresponding letter (each are on separate layouts) then go back to the records found by location number and move on to searching for the corresponding letters for the next code and so on.
I still can't open the download with out a USER and Password... sorry.
Since i dont know what form the CODE is in ...
I would make a separte field the allows Print All, so that you can simply loop through all the preselected Codes and print all of the lists.
You want to print All available letters for each then a New Code might say print all of the Avaiable Codes for THAT particular employee.
Can you give me an example of codes?
Sorry - select to open the database as "Guest" and you should be able to get in. The codes are just simple letters like "D" or "G". When you look at the various layouts you will see letters associated with certain codes.
Sorry again, Guest is NOT available either. I would have tried it.
Lets talk Code ... All at Location #10
If Employee #1452 Can have AGQR type reports
And Employee #1244 Can have ABFZ type reports
You want to print all availble reports for all employees?
Or just Display the Employee# and Available reports?
you might use a Code such as ∑ a special symbol to Indicate Print All so the type Code would be ∑AGQR, then you would just select ∑ to do the printing.