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I'm trying to enforce referential integrity with some tables in my app so that I can cascade update/delete records but I keep getting this error: The parent field is an autonumber and the related field is a unique integer. It's a one-to-one relationship with an inner join. Here's the relationship settings. Any ideas?
Hello everyone, I started using Caspio only a couple of days ago. As a first test project I am trying to build an invoicing app. I am now facing a problem and I really hope that someone here can help me. Before generating a new invoice, I need to enter all data for it. Customers I pick from a drop down, invoice date from the date picker etc. That is all fine. Now I select the Service I am sending the invoice for. (Let’s assume it’s only one service in the invoice.) This is another dropdown and refers to a table with, let’s say, the following content ID SERVICE PRICE 1 Accounting 100 2 Consulting 120 3 Training 140 In my data page I pick the service from a dropdown, display and value are both set to the 2nd column shown above. I pick Consulting, Consulting is displayed. The problem is, I need the price to show up somewhere so I can later calculate the invoice overall sum with it. I know I could insert a 2nd dropdown with SERVICE as display and PRICE as value, but I don’t want to drop down twice. So here is my question: How can I, in my data page, display the price (col. 3) of the service (col. 2) that I just picked in the drop down field? (By the way, the same solution will help me to, in the next phase, display the customer’s address in the printable invoice page, after I selected the customer’s name from a drop down. Same thing I guess.) Thank you very much in advance. I am looking forward to receiving your posts. Anatol