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Good idea, but the relationships haven't changed from OO. The fields in the
grid which have relationships are "supplier" and "Region" (both links into
other tables by an identifier field). The former is displayed incorrectly in
the grid, the latter correctly.

"Name" and "comments" are both displayed incorrectly in the grid but are
simple text fields in the underlying table. These are both VARCHAR type, but
so is "style" which is displayed correctly.

The fields are displayed correctly in the subform fields: if you look at the
"Wine Name" and "supplier" boxes there's an entry there. There would be one
in the "comment"box, but that particular wine on show didn't have a comment.
So there's no consistency in terms of relationships and linked tables or
field types as to what's displayed correctly and what isn't.

I know the theory reasonably well (though OO/LO might have a different view
of relationships to, say, MS Access).

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