Inventory project error in transaction


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duketive

Greetings,
I currently working on an inventory management project, main focus is to
monitor my items movemet. I have used MS Access 2007
Inventory template.
The problem face is after removing and adding Items Qty in stock my In Stock
Qty is diffrent and does not match my transaction.

I have uploaded my project
https://www.yousendit.com/download/YkxLNWNvQTY4Q1R2Wmc9PQ

StartUp-AOF IMS (Start up form)
Inventory1 (Inventory items and transaction) Here is where i remove and add
Items Qty in stock my In Stock Qty is different and does not match my
transaction.

Please help, Thanks
 
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julia gwizdala

duketive said:
Greetings,
I currently working on an inventory management project, main focus is to
monitor my items movemet. I have used MS Access 2007
Inventory template.
The problem face is after removing and adding Items Qty in stock my In
Stock
Qty is diffrent and does not match my transaction.

I have uploaded my project
https://www.yousendit.com/download/YkxLNWNvQTY4Q1R2Wmc9PQ

StartUp-AOF IMS (Start up form)
Inventory1 (Inventory items and transaction) Here is where i remove and
add
Items Qty in stock my In Stock Qty is different and does not match my
transaction.

Please help, Thanks
 
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D

Dirk Goldgar

duketive said:
Greetings,
I currently working on an inventory management project, main focus is to
monitor my items movemet. I have used MS Access 2007
Inventory template.
The problem face is after removing and adding Items Qty in stock my In
Stock
Qty is diffrent and does not match my transaction.

I have uploaded my project
https://www.yousendit.com/download/YkxLNWNvQTY4Q1R2Wmc9PQ

StartUp-AOF IMS (Start up form)
Inventory1 (Inventory items and transaction) Here is where i remove and
add
Items Qty in stock my In Stock Qty is different and does not match my
transaction.

Please help, Thanks


It is unlikely that anyone will download a stranger's database -- security
concerns, you understand. What you should do is describe the relevant
tables, queries, and forms, post the code or macro details that are
executed, and describe exactly what you do that leads to the undesirable
result.
 

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