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I have a problem with using global fields in a multi user environment. As far as I can understand a setVariable script step may help me but I am unsure how to use it. basically I have a table T1 vi

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I have a problem with using global fields in a multi user environment.

As far as I can understand a setVariable script step may help me but I am unsure how to use it.

basically I have a table T1 viewing records from Table T2.... I currently have a global field that sets the portal row I wish to view then I create a new record in T1 then go to portal row where the global field has the correct value. so sometimes as its multi user this field is not the best thing to use and the script fails.

Q. how do I use the set variable script step to go to the portal row that has been set in the record prior to the new one being created.

or,

Is there another way that I can gaurantee that the correct portal row is entered after the new record has been created?

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