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  1. Hello, I have a submission form that requests users to select a value in a drop-down. I would like to use the selected value to look up an email address, based on this value, in a different table, and populate a virtual field with that email address. I would then like to use the value in that virtual field to send a submission notification. How can I achieve this? I cannot see how to load a parameter from another table based on the value of a field. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Julien
  2. Hi Mathilda, I have managed to sort my issue out! I was using a radio choice field, hence why it wasn't working as my reference was not correct. It's now fully working. Thanks for your help with this! Julien
  3. Hi Mathilda, I followed your instructions, but sadly I cannot get it to work. I can get this error message in the debugger: Unable to set property 'onchange' of undefined or null reference My virtual field is called Virtual1, my email field is called Email_address and the trigger field is called Approved_by_CFA. I inserted this scrip in the footer of the details page, but nothing happens if I update the 'Approved_by_CFA' field: <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> function insert() { var x= document.getElementById("EditRecordEmail_
  4. Hello, I have a datapage set to send an email to the user when their record is updated. However, the email is sent regardless of which field is updated, and regardless of how many times it is updated. Is there a way to either: Send the email only when a SPECIFIC field is updated on the profile? If so, how? (preferred option) Only allow the email to be sent once? If so how? Many thanks in advance for your help. Julien
  5. Hello MayMusic, Thank you so much for this. Excuse my ignorance, but where should I put this code? In a HTML block, or in the header/footer? Do I need to disable the HTML editor? Thanks again, Julien
  6. Hello all, I am in the middle of creating a submission form. It will have two dates: a start date and end date, both selected from a calendar. The start date is compulsory. The end date is not compulsory. When the user inputs the start date, on clicking out of the field, I need the form to check if the date is both greater to or equal to 25 April 2016, AND less than or equal to 01 May 2016. If it is incorrect, I need a message to be displayed indicating the error, and stopping the user from moving on. If the user decides to input an end date, on clicking out of the field, I nee
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