I've been struggling with this for weeks. I've got the Base Handbook
for Version 4 that goes along really well with the version 4 LO that I
have on my system. I also purchased a copy of "OpenOffice.prg Base &
Basic" that contains lots of really good information.
I'm trying to build a recipe database. I have several tables, one that
contains the name of the recipe, another that contains the instructions,
another for the ingredients, and so on. To display the entire recipe on
one form I need data from more than two tables.
I've found a way to insert a subform that contains data related to a
table that is different from the table related to the main form, but I
still need data from several other tables to complete the display. The
problem is that I can only find a way to insert one subform.
Now that the scene is set I'll ask the question. How can I pull data
from several tables, that would be more than two, on one form? Is there
a chapter in the Base Handbook that I need to read more closely maybe?
^ ^ Mark LaPierre
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