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  1. Based on your comment I did some testing and it turns out Paytrace does allow for a 30% increase. "Capture Amount can not exceed 30% of the original authorized amount."
  2. Ok, thank you for the explanation. Do I need to void an authorization if it is no longer needed?
  3. I want to be sure I'm using the correct procedure with Plastic when the captured amount is different than the authorized amount. Background: We're a wholesale plant nursery using FileMaker Web Direct for the customer portal on our website. In there, customers can place orders. I was asked to add the ability for customers to be able to pay for their orders with a credit card in the portal. The catch is, the final amount on their order will not necessarily match the amount when the order is placed. In fact, it almost never will. Sometimes the plant ordered has a problem (trimmed, caught a d
  4. Thanks but none of that is even remotely helpful.
  5. Sure, if it was a date field. But this is a text field so that won't work.
  6. Ok, I think I understand. Like I said, create a relationship from the Inventory table to the bin table. Set the relationship to be the Bin in the Inventory table to relate to the Bin name and make that relationship "does not equal". But also set it so that the relationship does equal the key/foreign key for the item in inventory. Then, create a value list with the option "Use Values from field" and specify the BinName field. That will show you only bins where the item exists but excludes the bin it is currently in.
  7. No, that's not how I understood your question. I'll look at it again tomorrow and try to understand what you're trying to do. It would help if you uploaded a sample of the tables and what you're trying to do.
  8. Ok, create a table with one record for each bin in a field called BinName. Create a relationship from the Inventory table to the bin table. Set the relationship to be the Bin in the Inventory table to relate to the Bin name and make that relationship "does not equal". Then, create a value list with the option "Use Values from field" and specify the BinName field.
  9. Can you set the value list to be a related value and set the relationship to exclude where Bin = current bin?
  10. Are you trying to create Y2K all over again????? lol Substitute ( datefield; year(datefield); Right ( year(datefield); 2))
  11. case( datefield = get(currentdate);"Today"; datefield = get(currentdate)-1;"Yesterday"; datefield ) Must be an unstored calculation and type = text as noted above.
  12. It worked! I also wrote a calc to tweak the speed based on the total length of news items so it will dynamically adjust as stories are added during the day. Appreciate the help.
  13. I'm going to try that. Attempt 1 failed but I think I was just trying to cram too much into one (I was putting all the stories in one div instead of breaking them out). Thx.
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