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Master/Detail Forms & LookupEdit Sample Bundle  
Description:  This sample bundle demonstrates how to create master/detail forms, using a datagrid with an EditForm for adding/editing data. Also demonstrated in this bundle is the use on a LookupEdit control.

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Author:  Ryan Farley
Submitted:  12/31/2002
   
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Master/Detail Forms & LookupEdit Sample Bundle

This sample bundle demonstrates how to create master/detail forms, using a datagrid with an EditForm for adding/editing data. Also demonstrated in this bundle is the use on a LookupEdit control.

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  Ryan Farley
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Customer FX Corporation

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Bob (RJ)Ledger

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Re: Master/Detail Forms & LookupEdit Sample Bundle
Posted: 6/8/2004 4:20:47 PM
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Ever solve the problem when invoking an edit that the Lookup does not display the value in the current (edited) record?
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Ryan Farley

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Re: Master/Detail Forms & LookupEdit Sample Bundle
Posted: 6/8/2004 4:24:10 PM
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Hi Bob,

No, I use the "common" workaround for that to just grab it from the DB using the LookupID when the form opens up. I have a utility script I pass the LookupEdit to and it does it all based on the properties set on the control.

Easy enough code, just a one-liner:
SetLookup lueContact
 
David Saggio
 

Re: Master/Detail Forms & LookupEdit Sample Bundle
Posted: 4/12/2005 8:59:21 AM
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I'm not sure if I did something wrong, but I do not see any code in this bundle. Is there some other way I could take a look at it?

Thanks,

Dave
 
 

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