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Filtering a list

Filtering a list

Filtering a list


I have one customer table. In that table, there is a field called Actvity. It equal 0 for active customer, 1 for inactive. Then, there is a main invoice table, where I enter a invoice number, a date and the customer number.

My question is very simple : is it possible to create a customer list where only the active customers are listed (Actvice = 0). I tried to create a field in Invoice, put 0 in it and then link it with my "active" field in customer, but it end with not lines in the list.

Thanks in advance.



RE: Filtering a list


   I would link up your Customer table with the Invoice table via the Customer ID field. Then, you should be able to create a layout with the appropriate information (customer id, name, any invoicing information you may want on there) and place your Active field on it. Do a find for all Active fields with a value of 0 and that should get you a list of all Active customers.


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