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Le 23/08/2018 à 16:22, lunixbox a écrit :


Let say beans  barcode 234   =  Item-ID  2    Going in box-ID 1 ,then
the next item-ID 2 in box-ID 1  ETC. so you get a box-ID(x) = box-id(x)
+1  but the braindrain i get  is How to get the selected box-ID  into
the formula to add one item .And in a next formular to substract. It
start simpel and then it look like i want the world to inventory. As
stated its for some home use,more to stay busy in my retired years :)

OK, so as I now understand it, you want a running total of all items
with a given Item-ID (hence the inventory aspect).

I would recommend that you read Robert Grosskopf's Base Guide and sample
MediaDB (there are 2 examples, one without macros, and one with macros)
- both relate to media stock management for a library facility, which
has an inventory aspect to it. You will probably find the elements of
what you are looking for in these examples.

Alternatively, you could look at the following from the

Sample InOut inventory database:

Discussion thread:

Good luck !


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