Acces Query in VBA

AndrewKent

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Hi folks,

I have written this query to pull data from Access into Excel:

Code:
    Query = "SELECT tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_EventType, tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_ContractCode, " _
    & "tblData_Codes.Claimed_Referral_ID, tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_WeekNo, tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_SellerCode, " _
    & "tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_IntroducerName, tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_CustomerName, tblDefinition_ProductCode.ProductCode_Type, " _
    & "tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_FPD_Credit FROM (tblDefinition_ProductCode RIGHT JOIN tblData_ActivityReport ON " _
    & "tblDefinition_ProductCode.ActvityReport_ProductCode = tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_ProductCode) LEFT JOIN tblData_Codes ON " _
    & "tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_ContractCode = tblData_Codes.ActivityReport_ContractCode WHERE (((tblData_Codes.Claimed_Referral_ID) Is Null Or " _
    & "(tblData_Codes.Claimed_Referral_ID) = 'Too Many Matches' Or (tblData_Codes.Claimed_Referral_ID) Like '*or*')) ORDER BY " _
    & "tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_ContractCode, tblData_ActivityReport.ActvityReport_WeekNo;"

it seems to work fine apart from the Like '*or*' part. I am trying to pull out all records that contain the word or in that column but I'm not sure I have written it correctly because it is not pulling any of them.

Can anyone help?

Andy
 

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Fazza

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Hi, Andy.

Please try the % wildcard instead of *

regards, F
 
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