You guys are being lazy, or you're trying to get more money out of customers for training. Which one is it. I see there is some company charging $150 per hour for mentor training. Instead of piece milling tutorials as you create new software, you need a linear type package list of tutorials for each combination of software. You would do this for each customer by giving them a list of tutorials they will need to complete a site based only on the software they have purchased. Think about how f'd up it is to advertise some great new functionality to sell a product, and then leaving it up to the client to figure it out. The main reason I wanted to buy Dataassist was because of the automatic relational tables, because I don't have time to learn sql. The database starter kit does a good job explaining the construction of databases, but not how to create foreign keys. I only want to learn exactly what is necessary to create a ecommerce site, not every nuance of Mysql.
Is Primary key=Parent
Foreign key =Child in the getting started guide of "dynamic dropdowns"?