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Main table of a layout linked to another table who's linked to another table showed in this layout.

Question asked by f.i.sciences on Feb 23, 2016
Latest reply on Feb 23, 2016 by f.i.sciences

Hello,

 

Thing that work pretty well:

 

I was using a table in a layout (table no.1).

This table was linked to another table (no.2).

This linked table no.2, was showed as a portal in my layout.

 

When I change the field value that is used to link from the main table no.1 to the table no.2, my portal is refresh perfectly. Without doing any Commit Records/Requests() function.

 

Thing that works a lot more slowly:

 

I am using a table in a layout (table no.1).

This table was linked to another table (no.2).

This table no.2 was linked to another table (no.3).

This linked table no.3, is showed as a portal in my layout.

 

When I change the field value that is used to link from the table no.2 to the table no.3, my portal IS NOT refresh at all.

I need to do a Commit Records/Requests() to do so.

 

If the field value in the main table of a layout change, the portal is refreshed.

If it's a field value from a table linked to the main table of the layout that changed, portal is not refreshed without a Commit Records\Requests() function. Which is slower.

Is there any solution to speed up thing?

Thank you.

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