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Data Verification & Ref. Int. using linked Browse windows.

Data Verification & Ref. Int. using linked Browse windows.

Data Verification & Ref. Int. using linked Browse windows.

How do I get data entry verified from linked browse tables? I am no opposed to
writing code, but even with DB relations set up and referential integrity set up, it doesn't seem to work, so I am beginning to think I need to use SEEK or SCAN.
However having done only in-line traditional coding for the last half century or so, where to put it, and how to activate it becomes my next problem. I thought data verification was automatic with all this fancy DBMSoftware. I tried using a 1-to-many
form with a grid control, but that doesn't seem to work either.

In-line programming and event-driven software have only syntax in common.


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