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Creating a View Structure when a window opens.

Creating a View Structure when a window opens.

Creating a View Structure when a window opens.

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Im new to Clarion so be gentle with me.

I have a window with a Relation Tree Control on it. I want to base the RelTree Control on a a view which joins as follows:-
     1:Many   1:Many
File1 to File2 to ALIAS1

I need to know the source for the view and especially where to put it.

(Actually the second join is really one to one, but Idon't think it matters too much becuase there will always only be one result in the join with File2.)

(just in case it matters, the ALIAS1 file is an Alias of File1).

Can any kind soul help a Clarion virgin desparately trying to find an alternative to MS Access and VB.

Regards
Kirk.

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