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    Disable A Form For Wrong Entry

    Hi! May I ask how to disable a form if in the field for specifying a special diet the person places a special room request. How can the form be disabled if the person places words such as "room", "bedroom", "floor"? The error message should be "Please specify your diet requirement." Thanks in advance for your help.
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    I have a Single Record Update form where once a user has submitted data on Record #123, I want any other users subsequently trying to update Record #123 to be "locked out" from submitting via that form. In other words, I need to be able to disable a form after it's been used once, or when Some_Field = Whatever. You could just disable it with Rules, but if 2 people arrive on the form before either has submitted, then the 2nd User rewrites over the 1st User's data. I need to prevent that from happening. Caspio Support recommends: In order to prevent the next users to submit/edit the same record, the "timestamp check" should be done upon form submission. A solution would be to write a JavaScript function to perform the "timestamp check" and then call the function on the form submission event. Can anyone please assist with this? I'm JavaScript illiterate. Thanks!
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    Hi all, I'm deploying Caspio Bridge on an Intranet. For datapages that include a secondary details link - we consistently experience authentication errors with IE - depending on the OS or browser version. For Windows 7/IE9 - I get booted out; XP/IE8 - I can get to detail pages fine. Has anyone else encountered this? Using Chrome and Firefox - I do not get a boot out issue for detail links - HOWEVER, because we link to files on a server for the intranet - the preferred browser must be IE. The plugins for Chrome/Firefox don't correct our file linking. I don't want the end user experience to be bad - having to use 2 browsers is not acceptable. Any suggestions?
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