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  1. I did enter the names of the fields so that its InsertRecordStart_date and InsertRecordEnd_date as the names of the fields are (Start_date) and (End_date), unless that is the wrong format?
  2. Just tried that and no alert popped up...and it also let me submit? I even tried it in taking out the earlier script and no such luck, no alert popup and it let me submit...weird huh?
  3. Thank you so much! I was hoping there was a way to only control the calendar popup so that it would only display 2015 and later, but I'm guessing that isn't possible? This solution seems to be working, but I'm afraid it will just seem like the form itself isn't working and the user won't know why...I'm wondering if there a way I can add a popup or alert that let's them know it should be within 2015 and that the end date must take place after the start date? I can't remember if that would just be like an alert text that would do the popup in Javascript or not...
  4. Hmmm...unfortunately its not pulling in the field... It's just showing "Select submission"....and the alignment was a bit off with all the other fields, although with time and some HTML styling, I'm sure I could make it work. Just wish it would have pulled it in. Perhaps it's because it's basing it off of a cascading dropdown? But thank you so much for the suggestion! I knew this was a tricky one If you have any other suggestions, I'm all ears Thanks again for the quick response!
  5. I'm using the calendar popup date picker, with mm/dd/yyyy format, like for today it would be 12/23/2014 if you chose it from the calendar popup - hope that is what you mean?
  6. Hello ShWolf, I just used English localization, US Date/Time output - is that what you meant?
  7. I'm trying to do something a bit similar to what you were....any chance you could post your solution or javascript? Would love to get a peek at what worked for you and see if it could help me as well? Thanks!
  8. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Just wondering if anything remotely close to what I need is out there? I'm willing to hack different solutions together, or if anyone has an answer to just one question - like for example to just control the year only? Thank you to all of you out there
  9. OK, I sort of figured out a way to do this, but it only gets me halfway there. I'm using another cascading dropdown but hiding it with HTML blocks so that it happens behind the scenes so to speak. It's grabbing the Creative ID...but the problem I'm running into is that I had 2 cascading dropdowns looking up either Advertising or Sales Contest for the creative submission and was showing/hiding them based on the first cascading dropdown asking for the type of submission (same lookup table). So now, I've combined them into one, but need to change the field label conditionally - so that if the
  10. I have a cascading dropdown where the lookup values change based on the dropdown above it, so the values will change based on the first selection. I need to change the field label of the 2nd dropdown based on the selection of the first dropdown. So if it the dropdown value for the 1st dropdown is "A", then the field label for the 2nd dropdown would change to "Select "A" submission:" and if "B" is selected for the dropdown value for the 1st dropdown, then the field label for the 2nd dropdown would change to "Select "B" submission:" as an example. I actually have 2 words that would be st
  11. Thanks Barbara, is there a way for me to also pass the name of the creative chosen as well? The reason I ask is that I have a automatic email going to the sales rep and a notification email going to the program administrator upon submit that pulls in the information filled out in the form - serving as a record of notifying both entities of the reimbursement being submitted, so how would I also be able to store the creative submission name somewhere else in the form, maybe a virtual field or something, to be pulled into the emails so that the rep and admin will see the name of the creative sub
  12. I have 2 forms, 2 tables - one where user submits creative, and they're done then the other where they submit reimbursement for a previously submitted creative. Since they can only submit reimbursement for a creative submission they've already submitted, I am using a cascading dropdown based on submission type (Advertising or Sales Contest) which is the same in the creative table/form. They have to choose submission type then a name, start and end date in the creative form. So for this reimbursement form, I have a cascading dropdown looking up the creative table via user unique id, and then
  13. I have a form that has a few scripts already running in it to control some fields where I need to format numbers as currency. I'm good to go on those and they are running fine - A great big thank you to those who are posting solutions here in the forums! - It's been a great help to me and I would not be able to do some of the great things I'm accomplishing without those wonderful individuals who post solutions and code here in the forums. But I now need to control 2 date fields. I have the calendar picker set up for each field, but was hoping for the "Start Date" field, I could someh
  14. I am passing a parameter in from a datapage form that is Yes or No. It's just part of the user record and not an actual visible field. But on the next form that the record information gets passed to has several fields that I am already hiding conditionally with rules based on user selections. However, I need to disable one of the dropdown selections and all of its subsequent fields (basically forcing them to only select 1 of the options in the dropdown) if their record is marked Yes or No. Since this is a hidden field in one table/form and is being passed to another table/form, is there a
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