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Solved: Count records from another table in my query

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by hollinshead, Apr 14, 2010.

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  1. hollinshead

    hollinshead Thread Starter

    Aug 5, 2009
    Hi there i wonder if you can help. I have a report which is based upon a query (Course Table used) that shows information on courses, like shown below. For the one you see below in red 'No of Students enrolled this is where i am hving the issue. i would like for the query to automatically count the number of students that are enrolled on that specific course. To make things a little more complex i have created status to evaluate whether the course is "Completed", "On Going", or "Completed' related to whether the Start and End date are greater less than or equal to todays date. So the count will have to involve this.

    Course ID
    Course Name
    Start Date
    End Date
    Number of Student Enrolled

    The tables are linked together with

    Student Table--------Student ID
    Enrolled Details Table------------EnrollmentID,StudentID,CourseID
    Course Table------------Course ID,CourseName,StartDate,EndDate

    Status Field: Course Status: IIf(Now()>[Course Start Date] And Now()<[Course End Date],"Course on going",IIf(Now()<[Course End Date],"Course Not Started",IIf(Now()>[Course End Date],"Course Completed")))

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time and efforts.
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