Fix Bug with Min and DMin aggregate functions in presence of zero-length strings
If there are zero-length strings in a text field of a table, then Min and DMin may return wrong results. I have described this in detail here:
Microsoft Support has confirmed that this is a bug.It is still present in Access 2016.
Thanks for reporting.
We will add this bug report to our backlog and see that it is prioritized and handled.
In the meantime, I’m updating the status for ‘No Current Plan’ so that you use your votes again.