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Mathilda

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  1. Mathilda's post in Data Page - Submission Form was marked as the answer   
    This kind of validation can be done using Java Script. Have a look at this post
  2. Mathilda's post in Duplicate logon was marked as the answer   
    You see two authentication forms decause you deployed two datapages on 1 webpage. You may use this solution in order to have only 1 login form
  3. Mathilda's post in Custom Delete button in html block was marked as the answer   
    Hi, I edited code, which you found. The Delete button will be hidden if value in the field is blank. Please note, field should be editable on details page, if you don't want to display the field on the datapage, you may hide the field using html blocks
    <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> function MyFunction() { var stat=document.getElementById('EditRecordField_name').value; if(stat.length>=1)     {     document.getElementById("Mod0DeleteRecord").style.display = 'initial';     } else      {document.getElementById("Mod0DeleteRecord").style.display = 'none';      }  } window.onload=MyFunction; </SCRIPT> Paste your field name instead of Field_name
    Also I see that you were looking for the html code of delete button: 
    <input class="cbDeleteButton" id="Mod0DeleteRecord1" name="Mod0DeleteRecord" type="submit" value="Delete" /> In case if you decide to use rules, you may use that code.
    Hope that helps!
  4. Mathilda's post in disable "UPDATE" button on Report Details page was marked as the answer   
    Hi,
    The update button appears only if you have at least one editable field on the datapage. Perhaps you hide that field using rules or javascript.
    Anyway you can hide update button using java script. Just add header/footer and paste the following code in the footer:
    <script> window.onload = function hide(){ document.getElementById("Mod0EditRecord").style.visibility = 'hidden'; } </script>
  5. Mathilda's post in Same record returned multiple times in report was marked as the answer   
    Hi,
    I suppose you need to check condition when you receive a parameter in the predefined criteria on the Configure Filtering Fields of the report (advanced tab) 
    Try using If empty, ignore criteria  option. It means if you leave this field blank, you will get all the values on report in that field. But if you enter value in that field, you will get only records containing entered value. 
    Also you may check comparison type (on the standard tab). Try using 'equal' or 'contains'. If you select equal - you should enter full value in the search field to find it in the report. If you select contains - you will get values even if you enter the value partly. E.g. if you have John in the field, you may enter Jo and you will get all the values containing  Jo in the field.
     
    Please feel free to ask if something is not clear enough.
     
     
  6. Mathilda's post in Total & Aggregration (Avg function) - how to round up to 2 decimal place was marked as the answer   
    Hi Kytan5,
    Try using the following formula instead of Average function in the aggregation:
    Round(AVG, 2)  
  7. Mathilda's post in Caspio's Latest Upgrade was marked as the answer   
    Hi,
    Yes, the current version of Caspio Bridge is 9.3.
    You may check release notes here
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