I was working on a system that had a table A that didn't have areas. Because I needed areas I duplicated the table, to create new areas A1 and A2 with domain A. Now I have a bunch of warnings in GenRules in all forms of area A:
"Form AFORM is using as base area the domain A, instead of using an area of that domain."
My question is, was there a way of creating the area without having to change the base areas of all my forms? And is there something I can still do that doesn't require me to change all my forms and their respective fields?
You can duplicate the existing table "A" and name it "AA", and this table will be domain table. After doing this, you can create more area (A1, A2, ....) over domain "AA".
This approach is clean if you are building a new system, your system is not in production mode. Otherwise it will be necessary to import data from table "A" to table "AA", because the the table "AA" will be fisical table on the database.
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