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Real Name:  Elayne Glantzberg
Primary Role:  Coder
Company:  Solinox Enterprises
Joined: Aug 2002 (17 years ago)
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solinox
Re: updating table from table with TCursor
You might try the subtract/add routine and see how it works with your data. My understanding is that subtract looks at the fields that are similar between the two tables, anything that *could* be a key, not just a declared primary key. And since it appears that your fields have the same names, an Add() should put everything in the right place. I'd be interested to find out if that routine works with your data.
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16 years ago
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Editing a data subset
{Too Long!}
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Re: Editing a data subset
Table 1 wouldn't have a month field in it. These items would span multiple months. So Table 2 shouldn't need an additional identifier beyond the Month field, because there's only going to be one entry per month., , To get back to the real problem, though, if I "officially" declare relations between the PCA/PF fields in the two tables, will it then automatically fill in those fields on the input form even though it's a separate form with a separate cursor? I've been able to do this before if I had my subtable actually on the main form, but I don't really have room for it this time so it needs it's own screen.
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Re: Notebook Tab Problem
Do you have more than one row of tabs? If you do, the notebook will always place the currently selected row on the bottom. If you go into the properties page for your notebook object and tell it to have 8 tabs across, you'll only have one row and they won't move around like that., , Then you just have to figure out how to make your labels fit! Now that
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Notebook Tab Problem
I use a form with a notebook with 8 tabs. When I click on tabs they will shuffle around. How can I set them in permanent static order on screen. Thanks!
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16 years ago

solinox
Do you have more than one row of tabs? If you do, the notebook will always place the currently selected row on the bottom. If you go into the properties page for your notebook object and tell it to have 8 tabs across, you'll only have one row and they won't move around like that., , Then you just have to figure out how to make your labels fit! Now that
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