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iif statement in open office

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may-c | 09:41 Fri 08th Aug 2008 | Technology
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why do i get a message access is denied when i use the iif statement in a query?

how do i do that? i want to assign a specific value for a certain input

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Open Office is a suite of several programs.
Which one are you using?
i be guessing its MS access

the format is:

iif([myfield]='Hello','Display Hello','Goodbye')

other then that, ???

are you running the query against an attached table, from say an SQl database, which you need to loginto first?



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its open office.org base (2.4)

my syntax is correct as how u have written but i get the message 'acces is denied' when running the query.

This works in MS Access but i cant get it to work on open office base

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