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Tracking changes across multiple tables #3511

OctaneInteractive opened this issue Aug 1, 2019 · 0 comments


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commented Aug 1, 2019


I find myself adding things to a database, and then hunting them down again across multiple tables.

So, for example, let's imagine I'm adding Asset 12345, which involves adding rows to Tables A, B, and C, where each have a common user_id column.

It'd be great if I could:

  1. select the tables I need to inspect;
  2. choose the user_id column, add a value to track;
  3. and then see a view of the tables, each with a statement editor to refine the results.

If there are on action attributes in place, changes in one table would be reflected in the other tables.

All the best!

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