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Am 23.12.2015 um 17:21 schrieb Blake McBride:

I am using LibreOffice Base on 64 bit Linux with a PostgreSQL DB.

I have a hierarchy of tables such that:

Table A
Table B (many B to one A relationship with Table A)
Table C (many C to one B relationship with Table B)
and so on...
Table E....

I am trying to use the Form Wizard to create a form that allows the user to
edit tables A and B only.

Forget the form wizard. It is close to useless. Get the "Form Design"
toolbar. Hit the 5th button ("Form Navigator"), right-click the forms
collection and start your own hierarchy of forms and subforms with grids
and list boxes. Subforms and list boxes are the elements which help you
to edit 1-n relations and m-n relations as well.

[Tutorial] Forms in Base

[Tutorial] Creating a form in Design view

[Example] Relations reflected by list boxes in forms

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