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Using lookup tables - re administrative pages (in my industry updates app)

Thread began 12/04/2013 5:44 pm by david_allen | Last modified 12/27/2013 6:46 pm by david_allen | 4691 views | 10 replies


Jason, may I check and understand a next part, please?

Above you outline creating dynamic menus in DataAssist. I have also found, in the Dreamweaver Server Behaviors panel, WebAsssist -> Dynamic Dropdown -> Create Dynamic Array. (I notice this latter apparently is javascript.)

When to use one, and when to use another?

(And since overdue, let me notice that, in my newbie-ness, I misstated - in the initial post in this thread - and suggested that lookup tables share the parent table primary key. That is incorrect generally. It is one-to-one relations, typically with subset tables, where the primary key is shared.

(Important to make this correction for any future reader of this thread. I will add a correction to my misstatement in the original.)

Thanks as usual. And best of the holidays.

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