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I have several products made up of several chemicals which are made up of several elements combined together. I need to made a grid (please see at the end) Main Chemical 1 consist of Element 1, Element 2, Element 3 Main Chemical 2 consist of Element 2, Element 4 Main Chemical 3 consist of Element 3, Element 5, Element 6 Â Product 1 has Chemical 1, Chemical 2 Product 2 has Chemical 1, Chemical 3 Product 3 has Chemical 2 Â The layout for Chemical Table contains a portal for the related table Elements to input all the elements that made up the Chemical. The layout Command has the Products Table The layout Products has a portal for the related table Chemicals to input the chemicals that need to be used The layout Command has a portal for the related table Products to input the Products SO HERE IS MY APPROACH but if you have any other approach such as the use of a portal and âxâ relationship please do tell me I have created a field1 in the table Chemical that list all the process in each chemical, then another field2 in the table product that list all the process in field 1 and a simple custom function to remove the duplicates Ex: for product 1 the list would display âElement 1, Element 2, Element 3, Element 2, Element 4â With the custom function it displays âElement 1, Element 2, Element 3, Element 4â I want to make a grid (as below) on the Layout Product when i print the specification of Product 1, my only problem is how do i insert the yes in the correct place Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â ALREADY MAKE THE LABELS USING PORTALS and filtering the duplicate value. The only problem is how to put the "yes" Â ??
Hello all, I have been trying to create a layout with a Portal interface that mimics a typical online shopping interface. I have created a layout that has a 9x9 grid of single row portals to display the possible buyer choices. Each single row portal has the initial row starting at the next incremental value (1,2,3,4 and so on). This works great except when the possible choices are less than nine but causes the following problems when the choices are more than the 9 portals. 1. I need to create a way to to select the next set of possible choices for when the possible choices exceed 9. I was planning to use arrow buttons on the bottom to scroll to the next set of items. I have tried using Go to portal row to change the displayed record but since there is only one row that didn't work. There doesn't seem to be a way to change the initial portal row by a script. 2. I need to figure out a way to calculate the total number of records that match the filtered result so the navigation buttons will only work (or show) when there are more than 9 choices. 3. Was hoping to find a away to hide portals when there is no record present. So if there were 6 options available the remaining three portals would be hidden. I have attached a screen shot of layout. Hoping i can get some help or direction on where to begin. Thanks portal.tiff