There is another problem with your setup that you probably just havent encountered yet. Using "naked" related fields, you would be able to only create a single related record.
Have a look at portals that let you display as well as create related records from the "parent" context (layout):
A simpler approach would be to just put a portal to notes on your tab. You can then use a scroll bar to scroll through your notes.
But your screen shot of you relationships shows a potential problem with your Notes match field.
The ID field in Person Data should be defined as an auto-entered serial number or auto-enter Get ( UUID ). The ID field in notes data should be an ID or text field with no auto-enter setting.
Good morning borgstrand,
I hope your day is going well. Try using the Go To Portal Row () script step - next or previous as applicable - on your buttons. Hope this is helpful.
Thanks for your different tips!
Probably saved me a lot of investigation with the incorrect relation, thanks for pointing that out.
Will have a look at "portal" which I do not really like based on that it is more "list" related than "form" related, but will give it a go.
If someone else have any other solution to my original "problem" I am more than interested in that.
The "list format" is only the default option. If you:
a) reduce the number of rows (possibly to just 1 at first)
b) Increase the height of the row
c) Use the available design tools to create and place the desired layout objects
You can get a portal row that is much like a "mini-Form".
You can also set up a relationship that links to only one of these records by matching the Primary Key of the Notes table to a special match field (often global) in the person table. your buttons to move from record to record can use GetNthRecord to get this ID via the first relationship (the one that you'd use with a portal) and set this added match field as the "selected note" and then you can place fields from this relationship on your layout and the will update to show different records as you click buttons to move from record to record by changing the match field value to point to different records.