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Update calculated fields from related tables

Posted on 2006-06-24
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I have a nice little Lotus Approach database with many relational lookups to do calculated fields.  Rather than creating more relations to keep related "calculated fields" in sync when the underlying tables are changed, I need to create a "macro" or "script" to recalculate with the push of a button.  Surprisingly, I have not found an example of this in the any APR files I have checked. Can anyone point me to a good example (or provide one)?
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patrickab earned 250 total points
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Try XpertSS.com
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Thanks, I had looked at XpertSS.com before, but not closely enough.  
I found a solution on the site which I am about to try.
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jtwomack,

Excellent finding - let's hope it does the trick. Thanks for the points.

Patrick
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