Using multiple field index when each of the fields already has seperate index

Using multiple field index when each of the fields already has seperate index

Post by Amir » Tue, 31 Jan 2006 06:22:08


I am grateful for your answers.

Regards,
Amir.
 
 
 

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I've been scouring the forums for a solution to this problem and maybe
I'm looking in the wrong places but I can't find anything that will
even point me in the right direction. For example, I have a table that
contains 3 fields; FILE, ORDER DATE, and TRACKING #. A single FILE can
only have one ORDER DATE, but may have multiple TRACKING #s. Normally
on a report i would just group by FILE and the TRACKING #s will just
list beneath the FILE and ORDER DATE. Now I need to include PO #,
which really complicates things since it can contain multiple values.
When I try to group by FILE, I get every combination of TRACKING #s
and PO #s beneath it, so I am getting duplicates. How can I show two
independent lists grouped under each FILE and ORDER DATE?

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