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  1. Bump? Anyone? I'd love to get an answer on this question. Also - Caspio - seriously - load up a spam filter for your forum, please.
  2. I have 3 datapages tied to a single table. I want to create a structural copy of said table and then make copies of the 3 datapages to tie to the new table. The new table will have entirely different data inside. How can I do this? I can copy the table fine and replace the data inside with a new set of data, but if I make duplicates of the datapages and then re-assign them to the new table, all the work I've done on the datapages is lost. Thanks!
  3. OK -- here's my code that I want to drop into an HTML block at the END of the submission form: var litesDomain = document.domain; litesDomain = litesDomain.replace(/^www\\.|^test\\.|^dev\\./, \"\"); litesDomain = litesDomain.replace(/\\.com$/, \"\"); Now -- how can I get THAT into the hidden Caspio field ABOVE the HTML block -- litesDomain? Right now, the default parameter for that litesDomain caspio field is [@litesDomain] -- looking for a parameter to be passed in. Where do I make the link? Thanks, MBurns
  4. OK -- I can't provide a link because we have a corporate paid (???) Google Maps API key in the code. But I can at least walk through what I've done, per the instructions on this page: http://www.caspio.com/support/mashups/m ... ion-v4.asp [*:3qw61cba]1.1 - I enabled the parameters. [*:3qw61cba]1.2 - I hid the page in an HTML block at the bottom of the Configure Search Fields section. [*:3qw61cba]1.3 - I added the HTML block at the bottom of the Configure Search Results section. I also added the ID to the this section -- it wasn't there before. I made sure all the fields from the code we're supposed to copy matched the fields I was using in the search form. [*:3qw61cba]1.4 - I added the HTML block at the bottom of the Configure Details section, making sure to change all the fields to match my table, as in 1.3. I also managed to add the ID to this section to render -- it also wasn't there before. Not sure if the ID is needed to render in these results and details sections so that the map code can pick it up -- Caspio needs to clarify this. [*:3qw61cba]2.1 - Copied and pasted the deploy code for the proper datapage. [*:3qw61cba]2.2.1 - Copied and pasted the Google API key and mashup code below the deploy code, as instructed. Here's the code I posted, sans the Google API key: <script type=\"text/javascript\" src=\"http://bridge.caspio.net/scripts/e1.js \"></script> <script type=\"text/javascript\" language=\"javascript\">try{f_cbload(\"fakepageid\",\"http:\");}catch(li){;}</script> <div id=\"cxkg\">Click <a href=\" http://bridge.caspio.net/dp.asp?AppKey=fakepageid\">here</a> to load this <a href=\" http://caspio.com\">Caspio Bridge DataPage</a>.</div> <script src=\"http://maps.google.com/maps?file=api&v=2.x&key=fakekey\" type=\"text/javascript\"></script> <script type=\"text/javascript\" src=\"http://bridge.caspio.net/scripts/caspio_mashupsv4.js\"></script> I DID position the code ABOVE the search page, but it doesn't render at all. Just an empty box. Same with the results and details pages.What's going on here? Thanks, MBurns
  5. OK -- I get this, but how the heck do I get that hidden field to pass into the submission form? I can't access the submission form from the embed code. MBurns
  6. OK -- so I'm having issues with the map box being blank in a mashup. I've set up a search datapage as instructed in the how-to on the Caspio support site. Everything appears to be in order, including the API key. However, when I'm copying/pasting the code snippets from the support page for the results screen AND the details screen, I notice that the code includes the \"unique\" record ID. Do I need to add that in the field selection screen for the results and details sections of the datapage? Normally, I wouldn't display that to users, but does it need to be there anyway for the map to work? Right now, my map is blank. Thanks, Mburns
  7. Ugh -- yeah -- I didn't think it was a great idea either. Unfortunately, we have 11 different sites that need to share the same search/submit datapages, each one getting a domain-specific set of results from the search based on the domain stored when they submitted their data. Now I'm looking at having to create 9 sets of search/submit datapages to populate the domain field in the shared table. 'cause I can't really think of a good way to pass in that parameter at the time of submission. Mburns
  8. I have a data submission datapage that I need to record the domain for. The datapage will be embedded in an HTML page used across multiple websites. Ideally, I'd like to use a pre-existing domain parsing Javascript snippet and then pass the root domain name as a parameter to the embed. I can't tell, though, from the embed code for the deployed datapage, how I might pass that parameter in. Any suggestions? Thanks, Mburns
  9. OK -- I tested your example. There's a problem with it -- if I have entries in the DB for 6/4/2007, I can't set the start/end dates BOTH for 6/4/2007. I get no records. I know why this is happening, but a user isn't going to understand why they can't find something they might know was added on a certain date. Anyone else wanna chime in here?
  10. I set up a table that, when someone uses a submission datapage, gets a day/time field populated by a timestamp. Any reason why a search datapage wouldn't be able to find records if someone used a calendar pop-up on a textfield entry for that timestamp field? mburns
  11. OK -- I was able to add the HTML block from the view-based search results datapage and link it to a direct-to-details table-based search datapage. If you guys could add DataPages as an insertable field in an HTML block or head/footer, that would be nice for linking PRIOR to deploying a datapage, as I did in this instance. Is there a way to get the direct-to-details table-based datapage to go BACK to the search results? I hate to pass a javascript:history(-1) directive as the URL. Or pass all the parameters from the view-based search results page to the direct-to-details page. mburns
  12. where url is the url of the where the DataPage with editable details is deployed. OK -- this is kind of where I'm a little troubled -- I can't set up the URL above without deploying the page. That is to say, I can't select from a list of pre-existing datapages and test this internally. I have to deploy the update page first and get the dynamic URL. mburns
  13. Checking in this question -- could really use some assistance. Chime in when you can. Also trying to keep support post ABOVE the ... spam. mburns
  14. Anyone? Bueller? Eh -- 'tis the weekend, I suppose...
  15. OK -- on the tabular results page, if I want to format a column to be clickable, the assumption is that the column rendered is a URL. How am I supposed to link from a view-based search datapage results listing to a table-based details page (via parameter passing) if I can't create a link? I'm confused. If you can chime in DaveP, I'd appreciate it. Thanks, mburns
  16. I was having this same problem. How do I set up the link form the results page to the standard table-based (rather than view-based) details page? If I'm looking at tabular results from a view-based search (I'm using a view that joins a main data table with a states data table), I can't link the ID column with a URL. Additionally, if I try and link to another datapage passing the ID for the main data table, I don't see an option to link to an existing datapage. Do I have to deploy the details datapage and get a URL from the deployment? Seems sort of clunky. If I can do searches/reports on a view, it seems natural that you'd be able to do edits on a view and skip this extra confusing step of creating a parameter dependent details datapage. Thanks, mburns
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