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vlad Donating Member (62 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Dec-29-04 05:50 AM
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78. Triad techie question
Hello All-
I know this election was stolen..
I have been searching through Rapp/Triad family and I nedd to know if anyone can look at this message board about Cheryl Bellucci(Rapp) family, I do not know code or what she is trying to do with her program- could be nothing...

I don't know how to insert clips, but I'll try(sorry if wrong..)
That was my thought... form 2 is closing the tables. However, form 1 is refreshed correctly with the new data. I put in some WAIT WINDOWs to check if the tables are still USED (WAIT WINDOW IIF(USED("TAB1"), "TAB1 Yes", "TAB1 No")) and the tables are fine... all the way to the end of the View.CLICK method.

The very first statement in the Previous and Next CLICK methods is SELECT TAB1. That's where the error occurs. "No table in current work area." I tried the "Current Table = " + ALIAS() throughout. Again, all through the View CLICK method, things are as they should be. However, in the Previous Click method, I put the test as the first statement... there is no ALIAS() and I get the error on the SELECT.

It's her writing from Xenia..
Thanks, Lore
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