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  1. I have a similar problem as FritzMills. When calculating commissions for our sales staff we use an empty file in which we import sales records (about 7000) and after some tests and we run three relookups to add personal data for payments (like account number). These relookups takes about 14 times longer to perform in filemaker pro 7 on a Dual 2GHZ G5 (3.5GB RAM, Mac OS 10.3, standard serial ata) then on a G4 733MHZ (512 MB RAM, Mac OS 9.1, ATTO silicon disk (RAM Disk)) with FM5.5. Has anyone else had problems with unusually slow relookups/imports in FM7? /Keda
  2. If you can see the accounts you are interested in from the master file you could always use Go To Related Record. /Keda
  3. You could always make a script that runs itself until a criteria is met... (Script name = Checked) Enter find Mode[] Set Field["Control", "Checked"""] Omit Record Perform Find [Replace Found Set] If["Status(CurrentFoundCount)>0"] Halt Script End If Set Field["Control", "Checked"""] Perform Script[sub-scripts,"Checked"] /Keda
  4. You could always make a script that runs itself until a criteria is met... (Script name = Checked) Enter find Mode[] Set Field["Control", "Checked"""] Omit Record Perform Find [Replace Found Set] If["Status(CurrentFoundCount)<1"] Halt Script End If Set Field["Control", "Checked"""] Perform Script[sub-scripts,"Checked"] /Keda
  5. An alternative way of doing it is using PatternCount e.g. PatternCount(answer 1 & " " & answer 2 & " " & answer 3 & " " & answer 4 & " " & answer 5 & " " & answer 6 & " " & answer 7; "Correct") /Keda
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