Matthias;
Ooop's I forgot to add that I was building the form in Qt Designer and not
from within QGIS, although with this information is really good and is
showing me things I didn't quite understand before. I am a very visual
person I find it hard to understand things without seeing it in a diagram
or some other example. Took me forever to figure out dog gears and
differential gears until I tore apart my first bicycle and rear end; as
soon as I seen it I got it.
This is my relationship defined in QGIS thus far....

When I add an address to the work order I need to write the wo_id of my
work order and my unique_id of my address to my jtbl_cwo table. So when I,
or someone, opens a work order it will show them a list of address
associated to that one work order. Also need to do the same thing with
primary assets, so the form will look something like this in QGIS;

‚ÄčOf course the unique_id will be referencing a value from the civic_points
"address" but that is that I am trying to accomplish. I did it in
LibreOffice and Access but I would like to consolidate it all into one
database with one interface, i.e. QGIS. That way I can edit features, add
assets, and do most of my daily tasks in one application.
Is there an example of this being done in QGIS anywhere?
Tyler



On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 8:37 AM, Tyler Veinot <tylerkvei...@gmail.com>
wrote:

> Matthias;
> Thanks, I don't know what I would do without you! Coding isn't normally an
> issue but that tutorial didn't quite explain where to put the coding. When
> I opened the UI file in IDLE it looked like XML, and there were no other
> files associated with the form. I also opened the "see code" option and it
> was the same looked like XML; it might have been C++ but I have no training
> or experience with C++ so I wouldn't know if it looked similar to XML from
> the "untrained eye" point of view.
> Going to be doing some testing on the versioning bit here this week, hope
> to have something a little more concrete to say about it soon.
> Tyler
>
> On Tue, Sep 13, 2016 at 2:58 AM, Matthias Kuhn <matth...@opengis.ch>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi Tyler,
>>
>> Here is the blog post I wrote for this feature:
>>
>> http://blog.vitu.ch/10112013-1201/qgis-relations
>> Just configuration, no coding, I hope that helps.
>>
>> Cheers
>> Matthias
>>
>>
>> On 12/09/16 22:56, Tyler Veinot wrote:
>>
>> All;
>> Trying to make a form for QGIS that has a form within a form so that I
>> can link and display entries from another table similar to this tuorial;
>> https://medspx.fr/blog/Qgis/better_qgis_forms_part_three/
>> I think I need to use qgsValueRelationRefernceWidget but I cannot find
>> any tutorials on it.
>> Thanks;
>> Tyler
>>
>>
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