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Table Joins

Thread began 8/09/2010 11:04 am by gpaul | Last modified 8/09/2010 8:24 pm by gpaul | 489 views | 2 replies

gpaul

Table Joins

I am new to WA, I have just purchased the Dynamic Suite. I am using DataAssist to create a repeating table to display products. When I set up my database, I created two tables and use a join to select the data.

It would appear that DA does not have a dialog function to call the join, (please correct me if I am wrong).

My question is, would it be better to create the repeating tables, then go in and hand code the join in witht php, or would it be better (read:easier) to create another column in the DB table that would call the information from the other joined table. (It is only one column of information I need).?

Of course if there is a bettter way, I would love to hear it as well.

gary

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