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You're confusing your self by thinking in database schemas. The roster is really a artificial entity, used only to prevent many to many relationships in the database, it doesn't need to be displayed to the user.

What you really have is each employee can work many shifts, and each shift can have many employees.

So you need two alternative views. 1 view allows the user to select an employee, and assign which shifts they work, and the other allows the user to select a shift, and assign which employees will work that shift. Depending on your use cases, you may only need one of these views. Of different types of users may need different views. (If for example, employees log in and select their own shifts, you could automatically just display data for the logged in employee)

Depending on number of employees/shifts you could have a drop down box to select the employee and tick boxes underneath to assign shifts. Or if you have a lot of shifts, maybe a list box of the shifts the employee is working, with add/remove buttons.

or the reverse, a simple calender control to select the shift, then a list of employees underneath with tick boxes.

I'm starting to ramble now Smile | :) . Hope I've given you some ideas.

Simon

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