Feature request : Set Belongs to (Setname) -> table reference

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Feature request : Set Belongs to (Setname) -> table reference

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test of feature request:
A useful function would be to be able to determine what table a set
belongs to.
I.e. Does the Set "My_Set" contain records from [Table1], [Table2],
[Table...], [TableN]

This would help to eliminate issues with (accidentally) trying to do
set manipulations on sets from different tables.

I envision, as I put in the title
Set Belongs to (Setname) -> table reference of some sort (pointer,
table number, etc)

4D (the software), internally "knows" which set(s) belong to which
table.
Why can't we, developers, see this information?

link to vote:
http://forums.4d.fr/Post//19505952/1/

hope someone like the idea

Chip
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Re: Feature request : Set Belongs to (Setname) -> table reference

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Chip:

Added my vote.

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On Fri, Jun 2, 2017 at 2:37 PM, Chip Scheide via 4D_Tech <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> test of feature request:
> A useful function would be to be able to determine what table a set
> belongs to.
> I.e. Does the Set "My_Set" contain records from [Table1], [Table2],
> [Table...], [TableN]
>
> This would help to eliminate issues with (accidentally) trying to do
> set manipulations on sets from different tables.
>
> I envision, as I put in the title
> Set Belongs to (Setname) -> table reference of some sort (pointer,
> table number, etc)
>
> 4D (the software), internally "knows" which set(s) belong to which
> table.
> Why can't we, developers, see this information?
>
> link to vote:
> http://forums.4d.fr/Post//19505952/1/
>
> hope someone like the idea
>
> Chip
> ---------------
> Gas is for washing parts
> Alcohol is for drinkin'
> Nitromethane is for racing
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