I have the following -
A Members Table called 'Members' with ....
* The Key being 'RecordID'. INT, Auto,
* Plus the rest of my 70-odd fields.......... (This table comes up
in my "Main Form")
70 fields in one table? Sounds like this database may be de-normalised:
I have now added another table called 'eMail' which has .....
* The Key being 'MessageID', INT, Auto
* Plus the rest of the fields for Date, Type, Title and Message.
* The final Field is called 'MembersID', INT, NOT Auto,
You mention a "Foreign Key' which maybe the answer to what I'm trying
to do but how do I declare the RecordID/MembersID Relationship?
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