There has been no change. What, exactly, goes wrong for you? You've posted your script but failed to describe what goes wrong.
Figures I would post and then find the solution. I overlooked the Inspector NOT having a name in the "Name" on the position tab was the problem.
I thought this would happen automatically by creating a tab and naming it obviously it doesn't.
Thanks for your time.
Well Actually I do need help...
I have a tab with an inventory portal and a script that allows the user to delete an entry. The problem I'm having is the updating of the "Units on Hand" field on my Beverages TO. If I click into the Beverage table "Units on Hand" field updates. How do I script to click into an object and make the field update? I have tried go to object "Entry" this doesn't seem to work nor does selecting another tab. Only by clicking into the TO does the field update. Is this a script trigger use?
set error capture on
Show custom dialog ["Confirmation ;"Do you want to permanently remove " & Get ( ScriptParameter ) & "?"]
if get Get [( LastMessageChoice ) = 2]
Delete Portal Row
Go to object[Object Name"Entry"]
Go to Field [Beverages:"Units on hand"
"Clicking into a TO" makes no sense to me. We click into fields, not table occurrences. Or does "TO" mean something else here?
Getting totals to update correctly can be a factor of whether or not a record with edited fields is committed and whether a window or object has been refreshed. In extreme cases Refresh Window [Flush Cached Join Results" ] is needed, but this is generally an option to avoid as it can greatly slow down layout refreshing as it.
Turns out the "commit record" step was missing