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Excluding records

Excluding records

Excluding records

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I have been working on a database that will have a layout that will allow the user to create a new record at the click of a button, however when they do click the button i have them sent
to a "new record" layout, is there anyway i can send them to this layout with a new input form while preventing them from going into any other records to edit? in other words can i isolate this record to be the only record found and once they are finish with the record they can move to a layout th at will allow them to browse all the records and find the one they just added there.

RE: Excluding records

A possible way to go:

Make 1 script : Isolate record:

Show All Records
Omit Record
Show Omitted Only

Call this script after the Create New Record script step.
It will isolate the new record.

A simple Show All Record script, will show all the records again, while the user is still in the new created record.

HTH

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