ReferencePairView & ReferencePairMasterView reference

The ReferencePairView and ReferencePairMasterView are parent-child lists of items and their reference items. The view is a side-by-side set of the parent item attributes; a single child item's attributes; and the parent-child relation attributes of row number and notes. The parent part or document may have zero, one, or many child reference records.

The ReferencePairView is derived from the ItemView list of items, and excludes custom attributes from the parent and child items. The ReferencePairMasterView is derived from the ItemMasterView list of items, and includes custom attributes.

When a parent item has a pending iteration (that is, the PendingRevID is not null), then its markup row numbers, items, and notes are displayed. When a parent item has only a released iteration (RevID is not null, IsCanceled is false, and the PendingRevID is null), then it displays each current released child iteration (Revision_Child, Lifecycle_Child, etc.) with row numbers and notes. If a child item has a pending iteration, that's shown in separate columns (PendingRevision_Child, PendingLifecycle_Child, etc.) but is not yet assigned to the parent's current configuration. A query that requires the current released parent must test that the parent PendingRevID is null and IsCanceled is false.

The basic SQL statement is SELECT * FROM ReferencePairView

Column definitions §

There may exist in the view one or more "housekeeping" columns that have been reserved for PDXpert's private use. These columns' names begin with the prefix HK (for instance, HK1). Housekeeping columns may be redefined or eliminated in a future PDXpert release without notice. These are not documented, and you should ignore these columns in your own SQL queries. Do not create any custom attributes that use the HK prefix. You may want to create a user-defined view that excludes the housekeeping columns.

The column ordering may not be exactly as shown in this table, and may change in a future PDXpert release. Use the column name, not ordinal position, in your SQL queries.

ReferencePairView §

Column name Data type Record attribute
ItemId ... Notes see: ItemView columns parent item standard attributes
ItemId_Child ... Notes_Child see: ItemView columns child item standard attributes
Row integer reference Row number
RowNotes string reference row Notes

ReferencePairMasterView §

Column name Data type Record attribute
ItemId ...  custom_Member see: ItemMasterView columns parent item standard and custom attributes
ItemId_Child ... custom_Member_Child see: ItemMasterView columns child item standard and custom attributes
Row integer reference Row number
RowNotes string reference row Notes


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