troubleshooting Question

How to overide a Write Conflict

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Clive BeatonFlag for Australia asked on
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I have 2 forms open at the same time, Form A and Form B.  (Form A is hidden.   Both forms contain the same field.  If I change the field on Form B and close the form and unhide Form A, I get a Write Conflict warning that another form (B) has changed a field, see attached image.

I want to ignore the warning and keep the changes I've just made in Form B.  Is there any way I can prevent this message or trap it and handle it unbeknown to  the user?

Thanks in advance.

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