And what should be seen on that second tab when the button is clicked?
Is the button to be located inside the portal row so that clicking the button selects that portal record?
What are the relationships involved between the layout's table, the portal on tab one and the portal on tab two?
I have a container field in the second tab to insert images or files when the button is clicked from portal from the first tab....
I have three tables Related (FirstTable) (SecondTable) (ThirdTable) my portal have fileds from the (SecondTable) and is located in the layout of the (FirstTable)
And the container field is also in the FirstTable layout but in the seccond tab of the tab control
I'm not clear on what you want the button to do. To just change tabs you can click the tab itself.
What is the connection between the records in the portal and the inserted images?
If i click the button on the left side of the portal that is located in the tab "Seguimiento" has to send me to the second tab "Imagenes" where is the container field...
Apologies Omar, My last post was made before your screen shots and added explanations appeared in the forum.
What I don't know at this point is the relationship you used to link FirstTable(layout's table) to SecondTable(portals).
We'll need to either add a new relationship for that second tab or use a filtered portal to get what you want on the second portal and knowing the current relationships provides some of the needed details to set that up.
I'll take a try at sketching out one possible solution, but you'll need to replace my field names with those actually defined in your tables:
In layout mode, select the second tab and use the Name box on the inspector's position tab to give it an object name. I'll name it "imagenes" to match the tab label. This enables us to use go to object to select the imagenes tab panel and bring it to the front.
Define a new field, gSelectedImageID in FirstTable and specify global storage in field options.
In Manage | Database | relationships, make a new table occurrence of SecondTable by clicking it and then clicking the duplicate button (2 green plus signs). You can double click the new occurrence box to get a dialog to appear where you can rename the new occurrence box as "SelectedImage".
We have not duplicated a table. Instead, this is a new reference to the same table already present in your database.
Add it to your relationships like this:
FirstTable::gSelectedImageID = SelectedImage::__pk_SecondTableID
Now go to your imagenes tab panel and replace your current container field with the container field from SelectedImage. (keep in mind that SelectedImage is still a reference to SecondTable. It just uses a different relationship.)
Have your button perform this script:
Set Field [FirstTable::gSelectedImageID ; SecondTable::__pk_SecondTableID]
Go to Object ["imagenes"]
__pk_SecondTableID is my name for the field you use in SecondTable to uniquely identify each record in the table. It should be an auto-entered serial number for that reason.
OK let me try it.... I´ll tell you if it works thank you Phil