Dear Silvano Cesar da Costa, One reliable way to approach this is to close the files in reverse order until the edit pencil is pointed to the start(in your case may be file 1). *As general rule*: To enter data in relational database you must either move down the tree through the field that contains the Relate command, or move up the tree by closing the rec.files. On closing file21.rec the cursor should go back to file20.rec so on. Pressing F10 or CTRL+R ( return key) closes the file and moves the cursor/edit pencil back one level to the data files that called RELATE.
Hope this would help.
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I have a main file (Quest) and 21 related files.
At the end of the input data file 21 that want to go back to the file Quest for new entry. How?
FQ21 AFTER ENTRY IF FQ21=1 THEN GOTO WRITE ENDIF END END
FQ21 AFTER ENTRY IF FQ21=1 THEN GOTO QUEST ENDIF END END
Silvano Cesar da Costa Departamento de Estatística Universidade Estadual de Londrina Fone: 3371-4346
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