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  1. I actually just had a discussion with our account rep regarding this. Despite it still listing data caps on the pricing page it is truly unmetered with the new pricing structure. I clarified that if by chance my application got popular, and I blew past their expexted usage amounts, what would happen then? They told me that I would not be forced to purchase a higher plan and no data transfer fees would happen, it is truly unmetered.
  2. Also be careful as they make parameters MUCH harder to pass and receive. You can wind up having page data accidentally cross over into other iframes if you work with multiple tabs.
  3. Has anyone tried taking the Caspio styling and deploying that on your actual web page and removing it entirely from the Caspio side? As in set the style to a completely blank one so it doesn't load with each datapage?
  4. What is the top level of this heirarchy? In your posting you made it sound like it was Location, but in the table you have the worker related to many locations?
  5. Ah, I thought you meant you had a way to schedule an email of an actual report rather than being emailed an excel (or other document type) file. Thank you.
  6. Are you wanting to aggregate this data? Like show how much total or how many times "Bob" appeared in the table? Also thanks for mentioning d3.js, that thing is amazing!
  7. I am definitely not a JS expert, but would adding ".value" to the end of those scripts print the value to the section?
  8. Potentially you could use calculated fields with SQL to run the queries and then pull the data down with javascript? What are your data types and what are you trying to pull in the end?
  9. Hi there, I have had a lot of success with this article http://howto.caspio.com/tech-tips-and-articles/responsive-datapages-overview/ With using some creative workarounds and using the CSS targets they list in those you can do nearly anything you want using standard practices for using CSS to make things responsive. Another general tip is try to always do almost all widths (of datapages and individual elements) in % widths rather than pixels. Hope this helps!
  10. I am curious, what does this change? I will give it a shot though, thanks!
  11. That code should work great from what I can see, but the thing is that I have 21 of such fields and there are a maximum of 5 aggregations on a given report. So I am more looking at a way to get around that. Thank you for the nicely formatted code though!
  12. Good morning all, I am running in to a bit of difficulty with the reporting and charting features of Caspio right now. I currently have a table that has 21 Yes/No fields that are based on a review process. We would like to have a summary that shows either a count or % of No's in a given month (going off the date created field. Now while an aggregation SHOULD work, it will only allow count, and not even of only No values and it will only allow 5 at a given time and we have 21 fields. Charting has run into the same issue. I can make a calculated field that pulls a count of on
  13. Hello all, Please see the second to last post of this page. I have been using a slightly modified version of this deployed on my page instead of within the datapage to great success.
  14. Hi Cameron, Does the user have to enter any kind of code that would be unique to each book? If so you can mark it as a unique field and people will be unable to save entries with duplicates.
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