Do you mean the row that looks blank as the last row? If so turn off 'Allow Creation of Records' in your child side of the relationship.
What I am trying to do is not display blank records, ie I have a portal from my contacts table to the events table displaying contacts name/email address etc etc but dont want to see the record if lets say the name is blank.
A potentially silly question from Ninja...
I have a portal from my contacts table to the events table displaying contacts name/email address etc etc but dont want to see the record if lets say the name is blank.
It is actually a lot more complicated than that and it may be a case that I need to change how I am managing my multiple relationships table. I am basically using a link table that then displays contacts via that link table, the problem is this link table has events, organisations and contacts and in some cases i am only linking the events and organisations but the way I have set this up it also then displays the contact through a portal as blank because I have not entered any contact information.
Rather than try to explain this in greater detail im going back to the drawing board :)
You can add a calculation field to the link table such as =
Case ( not IsEmpty ( ContactID ) ; EventID )
and use it as the matchfield instead of EventID.