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Change Initial Row via Script?


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Hi everyone,

I am trying to figure out if there is a way to change the initial row of a portal through a script.

I found the following post, which seems to indicate it is not possible:

http://fmforums.com/forum/topic/31297-change-initial-row-via-script/

However, that post is from 2005 so I'm hoping maybe there is a solution now!

If you have any suggestions I would appreciate it,

Thanks

rori

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Thanks for those suggestions - the second post looks like it might be helpful..

I'm basically trying to display the associated images for a record. Except that they are supposed to be displayed in a grid, say 4 x 4 so 16 images on a page, then when you click next, you see the next 16 images, etc.

Each portal row is displayed separately in a different portal to allow me to have a grid. So the first portal has

initial row=1, num rows=1, the second has

initial row=2, num rows=1, etc

So I'll see what I can do based on the second example you posted.

although I would also be curious to know how I can change the initial row with a script trigger...

Thanks

rori

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I would also be curious to know how I can change the initial row with a script trigger...

The initial row of a portal cannot be changed. You can only change which records are related (my first example) or which related records are shown in the portal (my second example - version 11+ only).

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