I created a relationship with a carnality of 1:M between Table A and Table B. Table A contains a list of septic systems, owners, septic types etc. Table B contains the inspection results fields such as pass/fail, notes, pdf links, etc for each septic system. Some systems may have one inspection result, while others may have half a dozen or more.
My objective is to create a map of the septic systems that displays the most recent result for each inspection. It is my understanding that we cannot symbolize using related records.
Whenever a new record is added to table B, it would be useful if we could push the values for one or more of the columns back to table A.
1) Table A contains septic id, owner, last inspection id
2) Table B contains the septic id, inspection id, inspection pdf link
3) A 1:M relationship is created between table A and B
4) When a new inspection record is added to table B, the inspection ID should be pushed from table B to table A.
Table A will contain the most recent inspection result ID. The inspection result ID then could be used in a regular join that in turn could be used to symbolize a map. The map will be symbolized based on the most recent (entered) inspection result.
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