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Subject: RE: Grid help-want to know good way of doing it
Thread ID: 33789 Message ID: 33827 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Visual FoxPro 8 Category: Grids
Date: Thursday, December 04, 2003 3:06:10 AM         
   


> > I have a multitable form for Delivery Order. Parent on top and child in a grid. i have separate add for parent and separate add for child record.
> >
> > When i want to add into child, i want to take up from another table (which has item and balance qty) - what i want is when i click on add for child - it displaysa grid with item and balance qty, i can select one reord. After selection this will appear in a form's child grid. Then i can change only qty inside child grid, after submit balance qty is updated. Also I do not want user to select same item twice also can not enter qty greater than balance qty.
> >
> > But not sure exactly how to proceed. Can anybody give some useful hints please about how to proceed ?
> >
> > manisha
>
> What exactly do you need to know :) You seem to have spelled out a reasonable solution to the data entry problem - what don't you know how to do ?
>
> Cheers,
> Jamie
> jamie.osborn@foxite.com

You gotta start coding Manisha!

Tastrade solution in your help file has something similar, that is not letting you add the same item twice, and with a little bit of coding you can create your forms as suggested. Look at tastrades "add item" popup menu on the invoice screen.

GL
Jimbo
Have you been foxed today?
I have :-) !

ENTIRE THREAD

Grid help-want to know good way of doing it Posted by Manisha Sathe @ 12/3/2003 5:16:25 PM
RE: Grid help-want to know good way of doing it Posted by Jamie Osborn @ 12/4/2003 12:44:22 AM
RE: Grid help-want to know good way of doing it Posted by James Stewart @ 12/4/2003 3:06:10 AM
RE: Grid help-want to know good way of doing it Posted by Manisha Sathe @ 12/4/2003 2:28:27 PM
RE: Grid help-want to know good way of doing it Posted by lucy alice pilanga @ 12/4/2003 3:59:09 AM