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From: "Jim Byram" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] 6.01 Question on Primary Marker for Tags
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2005 10:16:58 -0400
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> Gary Kueber wrote:
>> In researching another problem I just discovered I have several hundred
>> two-principal tags where the tag is marked primary for one principal and
>> non-primary for the other principal. Most of these are the Marriage tag.
>> Is this situation considered valid in TMG?
I gave an incomplete answer.
When you have a shared events in the same tag type group with the same two
people, only one of those can be marked primary for each person. They do not
need to be the same event. So, there is nothing intrinsically wrong with a
shared event being primary for one of the principals and non-primary for the
You need to check and make sure that this is not the case. For example, the
shared events in the marriage group might be engagement and marriage or some
other standard or custom tag. The person with the non-primary marriage tag
might be marked primary on the engagement tag.
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