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Making sure all changes are caught

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Hi

I have a detail subform. I need to track any change to a record i.e.
addition, deletion or change so I can update the totals. What events do I
need to trap on the sub form?

Thanks

Regards
May 28 '06 #1
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AfterInsert, AfterUpdate, Delete (when you don't confirm deletions) or AfterDelConfirm (if Status=0 then Rec is deleted)

BUT it sounds as if there is something wrong with your design... ???
You are not 'saving' totals I hope, since totals can (or better should) be calculated 'on the fly'.

Arno R

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Hi

I have a detail subform. I need to track any change to a record i.e.
addition, deletion or change so I can update the totals. What events do I
need to trap on the sub form?

Thanks

Regards

May 28 '06 #2

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