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Judi

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Hi Folks -

 

I've just discovered this forum -yay!

 

I'm using FMPro6 to manage several related DB on a network with FMServer. Today, I made one *minor* change to a field in the master DB - now I cannot "find" anything! Suggestions?

 

Thanks!

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Okay, maybe it wasn't quite as minor a change as I thought. I changed the definition of the relationship on a field. Specifically, a date field in one database that filled from the date field in another database. I changed the database from which it took the date.

 

Now the relationship definitions are clunky as well. I'm just using the simple "view/find" option and getting the error. I'm wondering if I inadvertantly updated an old version of a database. I'm new in the position and inherited an imperfect system (*:

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Did you change a RELATIONSHIP, or did you just change the auto-enter option on a single field from auto-enter ThisRelationship::thisDate to ThatRelationship::SomeOtherDate ??

 

If you changed an actual RELATIONSHIP on the Manage Database:Relationships screen, by double-clicking the table occurrence and switching it to a different table entirely, then yeah, you made a major change.

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