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Ah, okay that makes sense! Thanks so much for all your advice. Okay, my next issue is as follows.... So I have a layout for 'Tracking Sessions' which contains details of each time someone went out to find a particular individual/group of cheetahs. Within this layout, I have a Tab that contains different portals to different tables of information that could be (but not always) collected during a specific tracking session (e.g. kills found, supplemental feeding, and 'Tracking Notes'). Now, because of the Join table how can I set these portals up to allow for record creation in these ch
I'm working on a database to store/organise data pertaining to Radio/GPS collared cheetahs (e.g. movements, kills they've made, etc.). Within the database, my main table is 'Released Cheetahs' which contains all the information about an individual cheetah and their local ID number, which is called 'AJU#'. AJU# is the field relating 'Released Cheetahs' to the other main tables within the database (Fix Data, Kills, Tracking Sessions, Parturitions, Releases, Captures, etc.). Some of these cheetahs (and thus the records within 'Released Cheetahs') are in groups of a few individuals, which is
I'm beginning a design where I want to provide flexibility when it comes to a person's name. Most names have first, middle, and last but others have other types of names including title, alternate, nickname, and others. I want to store each individual name component in a simple child table with an index UUID field referencing the parent record, name label, and value. I would use a portal to allow the entry of various types of name types. I would like to store the results of the name entries in the child table in different formats in the parent record. One with first, middle, last and another
I am not an experienced user so I mayÂ be way off track with this but any help appreciated. Â I am building a database to manage Dog Breeding data and I have hit a problem that I am struggling to resolve. Â The Database has a âDogs_Detailsâ table that holds the relevant details specific to each animal (appox. 4000 records spanning 150 years, many historic records are incomplete but that is not a problem). There are various tables linked to the âDogs_Detailsâ table that hold other relevant data about health, parentage, (i.e Pedigree), registrations, identification etc. TheÂ âDogs_D