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ShamanTonberry

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About ShamanTonberry

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    Beginner
  • FM Application
    15 Client

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    Windows
  • OS Version
    Windows 8.1
  1. Unfortunately I am still using FileMaker 15 and I have no liberty to upgrade it personally. The other solution is just fine, though, since the users will actually expect to see the full jito list after merging records and anything else they would most likely find confusing. Once again, thank you for all your help! I couldn't have completed this project without it
  2. Thank you, that is exactly what I needed to solve my issue. I do have one follow-up question, though. After merging records (I decided to make two separate scripts since they were easier for me to set up and follow) I find my Jito tables limited to the results of the find set from the Find function. Since it is both tedious and confusing to the end user to be forced to click "Show all records" every time, at which point of the script should I add "Show all records" to fix it? Or is there a better way around it? Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi everyone, It's me again. I managed to solve part of my issue, i.e. I put together a script that, on validation, searches the field for other instances of the same value (in this case, a name) and displays them in a separate list sans the record I just typed in: Set Error Capture [ On ] Set Variable [ $$Jito_id; Value:Jito::Jito_id ] Set Variable [ $$Jito_search; Value:Jito::Full_name ] Perform Find [ Specified Find Requests: Find Records; Criteria: Jito::Full_name: “==$$Jito_search” ] [ Restore ] If [ Get ( FoundCount ) = 1 ] Show All Records Go to Record/Request/Pag
  4. Hello everyone, As I am still relatively new to FileMaker, especially, scripts, I would like to ask for your help. I am currently in the process of preparing a historical database of officials delegated to maintain order in private estates. The existence of both the officials and the estates needs to be confirmed by historical sources. So the 3 tables are: Sources, Jito (the officials) and Jito-shiki (the jurisdictions in estates). One source can mention multiple officials and estates; an official may appear in many sources and hold jurisdiction in numerous estates; lastly, a given e
  5. Hello everyone, I once again find myself asking for your help, since I am fairly new to FileMaker and don't know where to start. As I mentioned before (for those who haven't seen my previous question), I am currently in the process of preparing a historical database of officials delegated to supervise order in private estates. The existence of both the officials and the estates needs to be confirmed by historical sources. So the 3 tables are: Sources, Jito (the officials) and Jito-shiki (the jurisdictions in estates). One source can mention multiple officials and estates; an official
  6. Thank you, that solved the issue! I messed with the size of the portals themselves and fields were sticking out of them
  7. I tried to upload the graph directly, but it wouldn't let me for some reason. And yes, I have 'Allow creation of records in this table via this relationship' enabled on all related tables.
  8. Hello everyone, I am fairly new to FileMaker and I have been trying to find a solution to my problem on all sorts of forums and in all forms of tutorials, but have been drawing a blank so far. Maybe you can help me. I am currently in the process of preparing a historical database of officials delegated to supervise order in private estates. The existence of both the officials and the estates needs to be confirmed by historical sources. So the 3 tables are: Sources, Jito (the officials) and Jito-shiki (the jurisdictions in estates). One source can mention multiple officials and estate
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