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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by polanskygreg1985, Dec 19, 2010.

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  1. polanskygreg1985

    polanskygreg1985 Thread Starter

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    I have a option contract to recieve up to 10 apples per day for the next year. I share this contract with other people. I am creating a database that will let me know how many apples are available on any given day throughout the next year.

    I am thinking that I will have to set up a table with a field for date and capacity. Then subtract 1 each time someone takes an apple on that day.

    Is there a better way?
     
  2. karlhaywood

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    So you want something like stock control? So when someone takesan apple you want it taking from stock?
     
  3. polanskygreg1985

    polanskygreg1985 Thread Starter

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    I believe so. Each day starts off with 10 apples, no matter how many apples were left the day before.
     
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    Sounds like School work :)
     
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