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  • rtc.TargerLogicalRecord Subelement not found

    Large resume based database.

    Using the Surname: Test
    DOB 01/01/2001
    Email: [email protected]

    The search function works and opens the page with "my" resume.

    The problem is when I try to update the resume.

    If I change or add anything and try to save it I get the following message.

    rtc.TargerLogicalRecord Subelement not found

    The resume is a View with many separate tables if that helps.

  • #2
    Re: rtc.TargerLogicalRecord Subelement not found

    Keith - you didn't get any responses here because we really have no way of knowing what's in your design.

    I'm initially concerned that the login page takes so long to load. It should be nearly instant.

    It also should not take a long time for that single record to be found and displayed. That, too, should be very quick. It makes me wonder about your back end data design. Are you using .dbf or SQL? Have you properly indexed the table(s) for this?

    I'm guessing, too, that the cause of the update error has to do with the use and specification of primary keys. In your grid Query part, did you set the Primary Key?

    On all these items it's a bit of educated guessing because we know nothing about your underlying design details.

    Maybe this will help though....


    • #3
      Re: rtc.TargerLogicalRecord Subelement not found

      Back end is .dbf. Main table resume, linked tables skills, arrival, checklist, emotional assessment, flight info, motivation, status, values.
      All linked by email address.

      I did not have indexes set up but went into resume and set up email, surname, and dob, the linked tables are all by email.

      Primary Key is email from resume.

      It still gives the same message, however if I change anything stored in the main resume table it does actually get saved. I'm thinking that Alpha is not creating the sub table blanks automatically and I may need some code to make that happen.


      • #4
        Re: rtc.TargerLogicalRecord Subelement not found

        I got that issue fixed. I went into all the sub tables and created an entry with the email field so that they can all link.

        Now the question is when someone creates a new record how do I auto create all the sub records.