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This is by no means a straightforward situation. If the person was an employee acting within the scope of his or her employment, then the most likely answer is yes the company is the owner. The further you move from that basis, the less certain the situation becomes. Plus, this will vary jurisdiction by jurisdiction. Is there no company policy regarding requiring employees acting within the scope of their employment to provide credentials at the outset?
I am afraid you greatly overestimate my psychic powers. The only thing I understood from your description is that the price is not being calculated for the purposes of recording a sale (e.g. generating an invoice). So there is probably nothing wrong with it being a calculation.
However, this still holds true: the numerical values that make up a price are data; and data should be stored in records and fields, not hard-coded in a calculation formula.
I have a database that is meant to work out time calculations. I have set the fields that require time to be entered as time fields and changed the way they are displayed as hhmm, but they display as 0.00 in the field, till you click on the field then it shows the time entered , then when you click on a different field goes back to 0.00
I also put the fields that have the calculations set to time results rather then number so they would display using time rather then decimal, it displays them as an odd calculation, but whiny set it to display to hhmm as well they also just show up as 0.00
I am not sure what I need to do to fix it. as I thought setting them to time would work out the calculations in time??
FM is - ceteris paribus - a very small part of my overall work and therefore I have never had free resources to put me firmly into the more advanced use of FM.
I have everything collected in two tables. The first is our entire portfolio of products (with many fields); the other is a modification of the former, where I specify variations of how the data should be uploaded to the web shop database.