Hi All, I have a database where the relationship between the Quotes table and the QuoteItems table is set up such that if a record is deleted in the Quotes table, the related records in the QuoteItems table are also deleted. I have now been shown an instance on one Customer where there are four Quotes missing from the Quotes table but all the QuoteItems are still in the QuoteItems table. How can this be done, I am unable to recreate a circumstance where I can delete a quote and leave the quoteitems in place.
Any help appreciated
i have 3 Tables Property , Units , Tenant.
Each property has many units , Each unit has one tenant active but may have many inactive tenants from previous years.
All working fine BUT.....
i would need to show a table in the property layout of the units and each one only with its active tenant.
The portal is based on the units table.
However the tenant just show up the tenant that was first input to the unit.
My question is , how could i get that only the active tenant should show to the unit?
i would really appreciate it someone could guide me on this.
I'm sure there is a simple solution to this problem, but I can't seem to figure it out!
I have a custom app that allows the user to write letters amongst other things.
Each patient is linked to a GP and a Consultant, when writing a letter to a patient there is the option to CC both the linked GP and Consultant. However, occasionally another GP or Consultant might need to be CC'd in the letter (in addition to the ones already linked to the patient). So I would need the address of this additional consultant/GP to also be CC'd in the letter. For the life of me I can't work out a simple way to do this.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance.
I have a filterable portal (1) displaying contact names from a staff table. I need to click on a contact to add them to a separate portal of invitees (portal 2) on the same layout (Events) . I then need the original portal to either hide (or in some other way denote) the people already added to the second portal. In other words, it needs to be clear that a person already invited can't be invited again.
The layout is from the table: Events
Portal 1 is showing records from Staff (filterable via a global search field)
Portal 2 is showing records from EventInvitees
I need Portal 1 to only filter through those staff who haven't been invited yet.
Any help would be gratefully received.
I am struggling around using 'conditional formatting', 'hiding when…' options and non-matching field relationships!!
Thanks in advance!
New to Filemaker and new to this forum. Hoping someone can help me out.
I am working on a personnel planning system with, among others, the tables Employees, Shifts and Availability.
tblEmployees has fields like Employee ID
tblShifts has the fields Employee ID, Start Timestamp, End Timestamp
tblAvailability has the fields Employee ID, Start Timestamp, End Timestamp and Status
When in the layout Shifts I want to open a portal in a popup and I want this portal to be sorted by Availability and I want the portal rows with employees to be 'greyed out' when status = 0, green when status = 1 and normal when no Availability is given.
I basically need to know which records from tblAvailability match records from tblShifts and then which records from tblEmployees match records from tblAvailability.
How do I go about this? Do I need SQL?
Hope this is a somewhat clear question. Many thanks!
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