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Conditional Value Lists

Question asked by sgbotsford on Feb 23, 2014
Latest reply on Feb 23, 2014 by philmodjunk


Conditional Value Lists


     I have just spent some time with Phil Caulkins "Conditional Value List Demo" and I'm still far from enlightenment.

     I have also spend some time with the order/item example on FM's support section.

     I can reproduce the Order/Menu example.

     Now I'm trying to apply that lesson.

     In the O/M example, the structure of the two tables was identical.  Each table had fields of Type and Item.

     In setting up, a relationship was established between the two Type fields.

     Then the Order::Type field was set to be a drop down box, with values chosen from Menu::Type


     That works.


     Now I create a table Names with fields







     Add a bunch of records to Names

     Create another table, "Name" with the identical structure to names, but with no data in it.

     Create a relationship between Name::Class and Names::Class

     Open the default Layout for Name.

     Select the Class field, set it to be a Popup box, taking it's values from Names::Class

     THIS one doesn't work. Name::Class shows up with the little arrow as a dropdown box.  But only has a single row with a single question

     Comparing the setup of the Order/Menu setup to the Name/Names setup, I can't find what I've done differently.