Change check in page

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Change check in page

Postby bgottschalk » Mon Oct 17, 2016 7:54 pm

Where can I find a list of fields that we can access. I want to make a custom page that allows me to select an activity/event then it list current members of that activity or event.

I want to select those present and check them in as a group or an individual if they are late.

I have a developer I can work with but we need to know what fields are accessible from the database.

Thanks for the help.

Bryan
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Re: Change check in page

Postby NeilZ » Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:49 pm

bgottschalk wrote:Where can I find a list of fields that we can access. I want to make a custom page that allows me to select an activity/event then it list current members of that activity or event.

I want to select those present and check them in as a group or an individual if they are late.

I have a developer I can work with but we need to know what fields are accessible from the database.

Thanks for the help.

Bryan


There are no fields that you can update outside of the program. I would call Powerchurch directly if you want more information.

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Re: Change check in page

Postby bgottschalk » Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:53 am

I'm referring to the html code that references the database for the basic function of search and check in.

I would believe more are accessible.

I will try calling in.
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Re: Change check in page

Postby NeilZ » Tue Oct 18, 2016 6:58 am

bgottschalk wrote:I'm referring to the html code that references the database for the basic function of search and check in.

I would believe more are accessible.

I will try calling in.


Its a Foxpro database ... however, there are internal program constraints that need to be considered when updating the database.

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