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Manual JOIN

Manual JOIN

Manual JOIN

Hello! I haven't been here in a while and I'm still relatively new to Clarion (5.0) so please bare with me (again).

Usually when I have to deal with JOINed files, I set them in the Files option of a Procedure for things like Browse. But now I have a Window Procedure with Embed code to manually export data to a text file, and I can only add files under Other Files and it doesn't allow me to Insert the JOINed tables off of it (I hope I'm explaining this correctly) to automatically set the JOIN so I need to add Embed code manually. This is part of what I have so far (the primary file is PROPOSEDHISTORY):

CODE -->




    REQH:ID = PRH:ReqID 

I thought by setting REQH:ID to the one stored in PRH:ID would set the record pointer. In dBase/FoxPro, I was used to a SEEK() command to do that, but this doesn't seem to be working. The value I'm trying to pull from REQH is blank so I must be doing something wrong.

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