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1) I have already used associations in the apps that I’m working on. Is it possible to have more than 1 association per field? 

No.  But you can create a derived field and attach the association to it.  For example:  select custId, custName, ‘history’ as derivedHistory from x.y  In this case, WOW will show a hard coded field of history.  In WOW, create a derived FD with the field name derived History then you can attach an association to it.  See more on associations in the WOW Builders Guide.


2) Some options are tied back to a specific user id.  How can I limit the records displayed for some options within the application to only display entries for the user logged in?

This is a WOW classic “self service.”  If they are signing on using SQL authentication, you can include any field from the signed on row in your query using ???  For example:  select* from logs where userid = ???user.  In this case, “user” is a field from the authentication row.  See it in the manual.