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PostPosted: Sat Feb 11, 2012 9:51 am    Post subject: user defined fields Reply with quote

Hello all, What do you think about adding a few user definable fields to the different items in the tree? That way different users could customize their database info to their individual preferences. For instance, I could add a barrel length field to the firearm item window, or fields for extreme spread and standard deviation fields to the target window (these could also be calculated from the shot string data, that would be cool).

I for one would like to be able to add the twist rate to the firearm to see how different rates affect different weight bullets. I can and do add these things in the comments field, but as the reporting evolves in this project it would be nice to have this info in it's own field.

Attached is an example of custom fields from a DB program that i use to track maintenance and repairs.

Dallan, is this built on the DBISAM database engine? it looks familiar.

Thanks, Ross

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 19, 2012 6:43 pm    Post subject: Re: user defined fields Reply with quote

This is a good idea, let me explore it a bit further.

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