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Subject: RE: New user looking for help
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Date: Thursday, May 31, 2001 10:39:20 AM         
   


> > Hello folks,
> >
> > I've been trying to learn FoxPro6 for a few months now. I have a few books and bought some CD rom based learning tools as well. But it seems like every time I learn the answer to one question, about 3 more questions arise.
> >
> > Anyway my never ending search for FoxPro information has led me here and what I have read so far is excellent. I'll only ask one question at this time and hopefully someday I'll be able to answer more questions than I ask.
> >
> > The project I am working on is rather simple. Create a database that stores employee productivity, efficiency, and various other statistics. And design a report section that can be used to analyze this data. So I have created the database and a simple daily view, which I have verified as accurate. But when I created a report using the data in this view I get an error "index tag not found error 1683". The help file is rather vague on this error code. I know it is probably a simple problem but I am stumped. Can anyone give me some ideas on where to look to fix this problem?
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> >
> > Brent
>
> Somewhere in your code, you're trying to set a specific order, for example the employee ID or lastname whatever. The name of that order (the tag) does not exist. It is also possible that you specified a non existing order in the Order property of one of the tables in the reports dataenvironment.
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Hello

Modify the report right click in a blank space and select data environment then right click on the table that appears and click properties in there there will be a property called order set it to no order. Or you find out what order it says it is set at then modify the structure of the table and add an index on the field that the report says the order is set to.

hth and you get what i mean!!
Tom

ENTIRE THREAD

New user looking for help Posted by Brent Swails @ 5/30/2001 5:31:32 PM
RE: New user looking for help Posted by Eric den Doop @ 5/30/2001 5:43:23 PM
RE: New user looking for help Posted by Thomas Holt @ 5/31/2001 10:39:20 AM
RE: New user looking for help Posted by Brent Swails @ 5/31/2001 11:23:06 PM