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OneToMany Property

Visual Studio .NET 2003

When moving through records in the parent table, specifies whether the record pointer remains on the same parent record until the record pointer of the child table moves through all related records. Available at design time; read-only at run time.

Object.DataEnvironment.Relation.OneToMany[ = lExpr]

Property Values

lExpr
The settings for the OneToMany property are:
Setting Description
True (.T.) The record pointer remains on the same parent record until the record pointer of the child table moves through all related records.
False (.F.) (Default) The parent table's record pointer moves to the specified record and the child table's record pointer moves to the first related record.

Remarks

The OneToMany property can be used to specify the record pointer movement in a simple parent-child table relationship. To specify the record pointer movement in a more complex relationship (for example, a grandparent-parent-child relationship), use SET SKIP in the Init method for the Form or report.

When OneToMany is set to true (.T.), it mimics the behavior of SET SKIP.

See Also

SET SKIP

Applies To: Relation

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