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Delete all related posts

Posted on 2004-04-24
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I have a database with tables:

Party
Arrivals
Departures

if i delete a post in Party i want the related posts in arrivals and departures to be deleted aswell,
they are related with Party.ID
Im working in Microsoft Access.

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Robert
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open the realation digram in the Access make the relation between table and choose "cascade deleted related record "
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