1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 10, 2012 9:17 AM by philmodjunk

    Portal Relationship Issue

    dansan500

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      Portal Relationship Issue

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      The Portal Relation is (Storeroom Trans_OE_Part#CC) the relationship is between 2 tables:

           Storeroom < Inventory  table

           Trans_OE   < Line item table from the sales order

      The Top portal is filtered by:

           Storeroom Trans_OE_Part#CC::RMK# = "2012744" and Storeroom Trans_OE_Part#CC::OH_QTY Part_CC display >0

      The Bottom portal is filtered by:

           Storeroom Trans_OE_Part#CC::RMK#  ≠  "2012744" and Storeroom Trans_OE_Part#CC::OH_QTY Part_CC display >0

           The top portal filter is looking at a specific RMK#  and the On-Hand QTY has to be > 0

      See Fig 1

           The Bottom portal is looking at all other RMK# and the On-Hand QTY is >0

            

      The Issue Button:

           For example, in the first portal, If I enter 2 in the QTY to ISSUE field and press the ISSUE button, this is the result I want to see:

           All the information in this portal row to load plus the OE Number from the sales order in the Trans_OE table (Issued to) in two tables : Storeroom Issued and Product Demand

      Storeroom Issued Table

      See Fig 2

      Product Demand Table

            

      See Fig 3

      This is the script behind the ISSUE button

           It works once, but then covers up the last entry

      See Fig 4

            

            

           I think my problem may be here:

           Storeroom Issued: PD to Order TransOE_Part#CC

           I’m looking at a relationship between The Part# and the Condition Code, but I can’t figure out how to relate it to the Portal Row..

            

           I hope you can help me, I have tried many different ways but have failed at every one

      Portal-Issues.png

        • 1. Re: Portal Relationship Issue
          philmodjunk

               I keep hitting gaps in your description and having to guess at what you mean. For example, you say there is a relationship between 2 tables and then list what could be up to 4 tables in two different relationships:

               

                    Storeroom < Inventory  table

               

                    Trans_OE   < Line item table from the sales order

               and none of these are named "Storeroom Trans_OE_Part#CC"

               I suggest uploading a screen shot of Manage | database | Relationships--cropped to just the relevant table occurrences and then please identify which table occurrences go with each layout and each portal from what you have already uploaded.