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Mathematical Operations between tables

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I have tblInventory that contains multiple fields and the "Quantity" field. I also have another table tblInvoice containing multiple fields and the "Quantity Bought" field. How, whenever I enter a number in "Quantity Bought" to be subtracted from "Quantity"?
Dec 23 '16 #1
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Basically, you don't.
You should calculate the balance which is going to be something like

Balance = OriginalQuantity - DSum("QuantityBought", "TblInvoice", "InventoryID = " & InventoryID) + DSum("QuantityDelivered", "TblDeliveries", "InventoryID = " & InventoryID)

No Idea what your table structure are, it's all a lot of guesswork.
That is the normal way to do stock control, but I feel sure there are plenty of examples on the Web.

Dec 27 '16 #2

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