We have developed an application which tracks data for a document. It has several subforms which collect data about the document and other documents that it is referenced to.
We would like to provide the user with a button on the Main form to be able to select a record and then Copy the data in the tblDocuments table to a duplicate record with a new documentID. The difference between this record will be the value in the revision field and the revision date field.
tblDocuments - this is the table where the record which needs to be duplicated is and where the new record will be saved
SubTable1 - May have multiple records related to the TblDocuments by the DOCID key in this table
SubTable2 - May have multiple records related to the TblDocuments by the DOCID key in this table
SubTable3 - May have multiple records related to the TblDocuments by the DOCID key in this table
SubTable4 - May have multiple records related to the TblDocuments by the DOCID key in this table
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