Hi all. The situation is this:
A department had two tables that had a master-child relationship. They
were HUGE. For performance reasons they broke this table into 16
master-child pairs, for a total of 32 tables. Of course, these tables
have the same structure as the originals. This is done, and they will
not undo it.
I have a form with 16 buttons on it, where the user can press on the
button representing which table pair they want to view.
I want to design a form whose data model is changed on the fly by this
first form using OPAL, which displays one master record and a
table-object showing detail records. This form will have heavy
customization of fonts, frames, colors, etc. Could someone post/email
a code snippet for doing this?
By the way, the strategy of basing the form on a query result is much
Thanks in advance if you can tell me how to do this. I could hammer it
out; but this needs to get done soon and I'm already working overtime
on another project all through the Thanksgiving holiday. :(
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