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John W. Vinson
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      9th Apr 2012
On Mon, 09 Apr 2012 10:19:55 GMT, Liam Murphy <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Also, with this setup, how would I enable the ability to assign multiple issues to a particular date and boat? My
> first design of this DB had a similar setup for the issues, but I found on the input form, I had to keep
> adding input blocks as I found surveys with multiple errors on a page, which is why I went to a yes/no field
> for each error type, so I could more easily assign multiple errors to a single survey. I have a minimum of
> 1 per date (no errors), and an unlimited maximum.
>


Liam, on these Usenet newsgroups, it's very helpful to quote the previous
text. Not everyone has the same threading of messages as you're seeing; to
find out what you're asking would require a Google groups search.

Please repost with enough information to help someone answer your question.
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