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  1. There are points given to the people with the 10 fastest times. Fastest = 10, second = 9, ect... It is for a race.
  2. I am looking for any exa,ples of how I can display in a field the fastest time in a race. I have searched the forums already and come up with nothing. I am entering times from a race in a db and I want 10 fields to display the 10 fastest times. Is this possible??? FKSSTechGuy
  3. I have been beating my head against the wall trying to figure this out! I want to print a record, but at the same time create a log of the record in a seperate file. Here is my code: Go to Field [select/perform; Office Copy Card Activity::Date] Go to Portal Row [select; Last] Set Field [Office Copy Card Activity::Date; Get( CurrentDate)] Set Field [Office Copy Card Activity::Time; Get( CurrentTime)] ... I have created a relationship between the 2 files, but everytime I run the script and expect there to be a record created in the other file there is nothing! Please help!
  4. I had the same issuse and I couldn't find a solution anyware! I was pointed to the troi plugin, but this didn't really do what I needed either and you have to pay for it anyway. I finally figured it out on my own and here is what you need to do. Hope this helps fksstechguy
  5. Eureka! I ported the db into FMP7, tweaked the script a bit and it works marvelously! Here it is: Freeze Window Show Custom Dialog ([color:blue]just like I have it) Enter Find Mode[] Set Field[Transactions::Date;">="&Transactions::GlobStartDate] Preform Find[] Enter Find Mode[] Set Field[Transactions::Date;"<="&Transactions::GlobEndDate] Constarin Found Set Sort Records[Restore; No Dialog] [color:blue](by date) Thanks you!
  6. We are sooooo close... It do the sort, but only displays information from the GlobEndDate field. Here is my script: Freeze Window Show Custom Dialog (just like I have it) Enter Find Mode[] Set Field["Date","">="&GlobStartDate"] Enter Find Mode[] Set Field["Date",""<="&GlobEndDate"] Perform Find[Constarin Found Set] Sort[No Dialog] I removed the Preform Find in the middle of the script that you sent as it was giving me grief and The script went through we just have this other wrinkle to get through! Thanks Also I am working with FMP 6. I do work with FMP 7 for most, but this PC that I am working on only has 6.
  7. Sorry, I kept getting a page error everytime time I tried to load images, I see now that The posts have been going through. I will try the changes now! Thanks
  8. I inputed the data as you typed, and I can really see where this will work, it is just beyond me. Here is what I scripted It is not item for item the same as yours. I hope you can show me where I went wrong. Here is a image of what the layout I am trying to sort. The data starts in 2004 and ends toi current. I just want the data displayed for the date range I specify. I have the hidden GlobStartDate and GlobAEndDate field as you suggested. Thanks for the ongoing help! FKSSTECHGUY
  9. I inputed the data as you typed, and I can really see where this will work, it is just beyond me. Here is what I scripted It is not item for item the same as yours. I hope you can show me where I went wrong. Here is a image of what the layout I am trying to sort. The data starts in 2004 and ends toi current. I just want the data displayed for the date range I specify. I have the hidden GlobStartDate and GlobAEndDate field as you suggested. Thanks for the ongoing help! FKSSTECHGUY
  10. I am trying to create a script that will sort data for a specified period. I want to specfify a start date and end date and have the data sorted and ready for printing. Thanks
  11. Sorry about the doulbe posting, but I still need help
  12. I am sorry for the confusion. The way it works at the moment is the FileMaker 7 database and related images are stored on a network drive. The FM program is a local install on the PC. This PC has access to the drive. The program is only accessed by one person and that is the secretary in the office for the purpose of making ID TAGS. I will include a copy of the database that I am working on. As long as the images are in the same folder as the database, the root folder, I thought it wouldn't matter where it is stored.? Same as a webpage, as long as the page, a related pages and images are in the same folder It shouldn't matter where the folder is or where you are accessing it from for the page to function correctly as all the related paths would stay the same. FKSSTECHGUY IDTAG.zip
  13. The database is stored on a network drive and so are the images, so once I set it up it should not be a problem. As for where the images are stored they are in the database's root folder. Similar idea to when you design a webpage and have images. All the images have a unique ID number that coorisponds with individuals ID number eg. john smith's ID# is 007 then the image would be 007.jpg. Thanks, FKSSTECHGUY
  14. Yes I am not a pro, but I am trying. I am not quite sure what you are telling me. What I want is for a field to display the record being browsed's related image automatically. This would be a one time deal as after the script is run I know the image would stay in the container field. The reason I am trying to do this is when I or one of the secretaries at my office has to add a new person to our ID system they don't have to go through the manual process of right clicking on the field, insert image and navigate to find it. I want it to be done as soon as the new person is added. FKSSTECHGUY
  15. I am looking for a way to display an image in a container field, from the root folder, of the related record being browsed. It is for an ID system so I do not have to manually insert the picture into the conainer field for each individual. Thanks, FKSSTECHGUY
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