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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by 7omislav, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. 7omislav

    7omislav Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I am upgrading my membership database for local sports club

    I am trying to visualize payments, but I dont know how to link the toggle buttons in my form with table fields (see attached file)
     

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  2. OBP

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    Can you tell me what the database is designed to do?
    As it does not appear to be designed correctly for keeping records of membership payments etc.
    What are the p, n, s and plj field for?
     
  3. 7omislav

    7omislav Thread Starter

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    This is just a part that I'm trying to add to the original database

    For each member I want to see which month he has payed red for the months that need to be payed and green for the months that have been payed - hence the toggle bottons

    p fields are for the previous year
    s fields are current year
    n fields are next year
    fields ending with lj are representing summer months

    Some members are paying behind schedule and some members are paying ahead of schedule, so I was thinking that it's a good idea
     
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