Dynamic Data

Tony Moller tony.moller at drcs.com
Wed Jul 31 10:00:01 EDT 2002


on 7/31/02 10:09 AM, Rob Cozens at rcozens at pon.net wrote:

>> And if I do want to create a standalone stack that can save data from use to
>> use, that's when I need to create a 'template stack' like the Employee
>> example. Is there something good to read on setting up this process, or can
>> I gleen what I need to by tearing apart the Employee example?
> 
> In actuality all you need is a simple splash screen or title stack
> that opens your main stack (or presents an answer file dialog) in its
> openStack or preopenStack handler.  Employee Database.rev includes
> substack EmpDD as a template for building a new stack.  Unless you
> are allowing the user to create new stacks, Employee Database.rev is
> overkill.

Okay. So, If I set up a standalone like this:

Main stack -> spash screen (opens data stack)
  data stack -> substack to save data

Then the data stack is always saved? Or not? I think I'm missing something
with the EmpDD substack example.

Tony
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