Selecting specific rows from a table and ordering the results

Selecting specific rows from a table and ordering the results

The following example selects two rows from the Employees table, and selects the job type using a variable that you must define. The results are then ordered by employee name.

SELECT emplNo, emplName
FROM Employees
WHERE emplJob = 'varJob'
ORDER BY emplName

To create this query:

  1. Expand the Tables branch to display all of the tables in the selected database; then expand the Employees table to display the individual table rows.
  2. Build the SQL statement as follows:
    • Select emplNo and click the Select button.
    • Select emplName and click the Select button.
    • Select emplJob and click the Where button.
    • Select emplName and click the Order By button.
  3. Place the insertion point after WHERE emplJob in the SQL text area and type ='varJob' (include the equal sign).
  4. Define the variable 'varJob' by clicking the Plus (+) button in the Variables area and entering the following values in the Name, Default Value, and Run-Time Value columns: varJob, CLERK, Request("job").
  5. Click OK to add the recordset to the Bindings panel.


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