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    Hi all, have a interesting problem. In a Inventory DB, I have a form that based on an Order.set. When entering parts into an embedded browse, the part_no is a lookup field, so far so good, if the part doesn't exist, you can enter the new part through an "add parts" form. When I try to enter the new parts number, I get the following error msg. "not an open index, A_tbl_part_no subproperty cannot be assigned to". haven't seen this one before, what should I look for. tks jb

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    Hi John,

    Is this a new problem in a new app or a new problem in an old app?

    Try the basics, compact database and/or rebuild indexes.
    Regards
    Keith Hubert
    Alpha Guild Member
    London.
    KHDB Management Systems
    Skype = keith.hubert


    For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database!

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    • #3
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      John, are you setting values for A_tbl_part_no in code? Could you post some of the code?

      Saying this may be redundant, but a subproperty is a property of a property.

      Fom the help file...

      "For example, the "font" property has the following sub-properties: "bold, "color, "italic", "name", "size", "strikeout", and "underline"."

      So, are you setting a sub-property of A_tbl_part_no somewhere?

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      • #4
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        John, is the error happening when you try to enter the new part using the separate "add parts" form? Does that error happen if you are doing this while the first (set based) form is closed? I'm wondering whether the set based form has locked the source table you use for your parts lookup? Is that table part of your set design ? Do you have referential integrity enabled?

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        • #5
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          Thank you for the replies. Keith, new db new problem, all compacted and indexed. David, will have to check some of the code in the field rules. Tom, yes it only happens on the new part form. the set is as follows.
          parent - order_Head
          child - order_items, 1 to many, no referential
          child - vendors 1 to 1, filter .not.deleted()
          parent - vendor 1 to 1
          parent - personal 1 to 1

          the flow of the forms are - po order form, lookup on the part - lookujp form, if not there, lookup form allows new parts to be entered, opens - add parts form, when you enter the new part# and press enter to add the description, that's when the error occurs. I will go back to sq one and trace the whole process. Tks for help. jb

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          • #6
            Re: Open Index

            Hi Guys, good news, found my problem. had a part_no lookup within the inventory db, removed it and everything works fine, thanks for the support. jb

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            • #7
              Re: Open Index

              Originally posted by John Burke View Post
              the part_no is a lookup field, so far so good, if the part doesn't exist, you can enter the new part through an "add parts" form.
              lookup field in which table?

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                Disregard...
                I started writing a response, got distracted for a good hour, came back and hit "submit" only to find out you figured it out already...

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by G Gabriel View Post
                  Disregard...
                  I started writing a response, got distracted for a good hour, came back and hit "submit" only to find out you figured it out already...
                  at least you improved your skills for just an hour

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