The possible choices will number in the hundreds which will not work well at all for a simple list. I want to use tab views and tree views to organize but for that to work I need to get some other data than just the title of the relational items.
Accepted AnswerJeff MalinOffline0If you don't mind it showing up anywhere you look at these relational items, you could change the value display format of the Aux table that you're relating to, to show additional items in each item's name - you can add delimeters to enable parsing of these values as well.
Accepted Answer0That's what I did eventually... I just wanted some way around doing that.
This is what I achieved... the image shows the Proposed Levels field (normally hidden) that displays the multi-relational field in checkbox form. I skim through that to get the titles which contain 4 pieces of info and use that to construct the tab view/tree view combination on the main screen.
Accepted AnswerLisa CarverOffline0Hello, is this an embedded report on a form? are users selecting items from this? If so, this is what we are trying to do, but struggling! How have you managed to return the items selected from the report, even support are struggling to know how to get a handle on the items selected on an embedded report.
Any help appreciated. Many thanks
The checkboxes in the tree are totally constructed and do not correspond to SBM controls. I trap the clicks on the tree items and make sure to correspondingly check the true items in the actual Proposed Levels field so that the workflow gets the input.
I have similar code to display the selected stuff in an abbreviated tab/tree panel once OK is pressed.
Accepted AnswerLisa CarverOffline