|Subject:||Re: Finding a table an old report is linked to?
|Date:||Tue, 7 Dec 2021 14:27:32 -0500
|From:||Kirk Dickinson <email@example.com>
Sorry I followed up with you directly instead of in the group. I pushed
the wrong button.
Under the Define Field, if the table alias is the default in the data
model, it shows MASTER. From the other post, I have to remove the alias
name in the data model before it will actually show the table name there.
The Object Explorer/Properties shows the table name.
On 12/7/21 2:08 PM, Steven Green wrote:
> if you right-click on a field, and select Define Field, it should
> table name -> field name
> and below that, the tables in the form/report
> you can also go to Object Explorer / Properties, and one of the
properties is Table Name, which I would assume is Master.db
> if table name is Master, that's the actual name of the table.. I
don't know anything about your app, but to me, that suggests that the
data is the result of a query and/or programming steps, and the table
was named / renamed Master
On 12/2/21 11:54 AM, Steve Green wrote:
> just like in a form, right-click on the fields or the tableband and the
> fields, and you'll see the source tables
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