I have a generic Audit utility.
I populate a text field with the formname and other data.
I was wondering if there was any way to refer to actual value of the "primary index" without knowing what the name of the index was.
I would like to be able to refer to the actual "primary index" value in my audit string. (A sort of form.primaryindex function??)
(As I write this question I am becoming consious that a form could have multiple tables and therefore multiple "primary indexes". Therefore my query may be impossible! ?)
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