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Portal row shows up in duplicate

Portal row shows up in duplicate

Portal row shows up in duplicate

(OP)
My basic business model ended up having the customer info and the billing info in the same table (I tried to separate the two, but my inadequate expertise just couldn't make them work together).
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A related table has payment information.


On the main layout, I have a thing with four tabs.

One of the tabs contains two portals: invoices (a self-join), and payments.

The payment one works fine.

The invoices do appear in the invoices portal. But the same exact information appears in two rows. But it really seems to be just one row.

Any idea why this is happening?  I think this is the last bug I need to crease out of this sucker.  Thanks.

RE: Portal row shows up in duplicate

(OP)
False alarm. I deleted the portal and created it again and it's no longer happening. Whew!

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