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Help debug information

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hi,

 

when u try to do ctrl+h in windows client it comes with the information of the feild,

 

if i want to export or check the descriptive information of field in hpsm where i can find that information

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Re: Help debug information

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Look in the 'help' table/file

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Re: Help debug information

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You can just ctrl-A, ctrl-C and ctrl V and paste in a text editor to export the info.

As the form may hide the real field name defined in the database. This info gives you the true field name.

It gives you a description and that Relationship Type on this form cirelationship is actually field relationship.subtype on the table cirelationship.

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Re: Help debug information

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but just want to export once for all the fields in a table



is it possible?
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Re: Help debug information

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Closest thing to what you want. If you only want the caption to all the fields in a table is to use datadict. That will display the caption for each fields in a table.

But you cannot export, copy or paste. You can only screencapture that info.

Others may know other tips or tools.

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Re: Help debug information

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Look in the 'help' table/file

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Re: Help debug information

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Nice one, Sean. 

That allows export to text on the search results.

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