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ChristofK

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  1. Hi @Vitalikssssss, Thanks so much, your suggestion worked like a charm! Best, ChristofK
  2. Haven't thought about this, as I wasn't sure I could do validations on the same field (compare onload and onsubmit states). Will look into it, though, seems like a viable alternative! Thanks for sharing this!
  3. Hi Meekee, Thanks for your input. While it was certainly a good place to start, the modifications described on the impacted areas page are of no help since the script does actually run. It's not an issue with how it's triggered as it executes flawlessly upon hitting update. As for disabling Ajax altogether, the system won't allow me. I suspect that if you want to have the bulk edit feature enabled, AJAX is a must, so Caspio Bridge won't let me untick the box while having that on. Any other suggestions that come to mind? Thanks & best Kristof
  4. Hi all, I cannot seem to overcome an issue with the use of Javascript on a bulk edit screen. There is a basic little script I wrote to control when users should be notified about changes done in bulk. It should simply prevent notifications from being sent if the user did not alter the initial delivery status of a product. While the script itself executes just fine upon each change to the delivery status field, the value that gets inserted into the text field which toggles the actual notifications isn't being saved when I hit "Update". It works if I manually type in Yes or No, but not if it's done via the script. I suspect this has to do with Ajax in one way or another, about which I lack the necessary knowledge to troubleshoot, unfortunately. var pSDeliveryOld = document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Delivery_status").value; var dStatusChangeNotification = document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Notification_DStatusChange"); function statusCheck() { var pSDeliveryNew = document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Delivery_status").value; if(pSDeliveryOld !== pSDeliveryNew) { dStatusChangeNotification.value = "Yes"; } else { dStatusChangeNotification.value = "No"; } console.log("System to send notification: " + dStatusChangeNotification.value); } document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Delivery_status").onchange = statusCheck; Could one of you experts out there help me get the Yes/No value saved in the table? Many thanks in advance! Best, Kristof
  5. Hi everyone, I'm fairly new to the world of JavaScript and have the following scenario on a submission page: During submission, my users select a business client using an AutoComplete field. Once they selected a client, two virtual fields pull two values for this client from an external table. These lookups are set up using cascading text field. On the same DataPage, there is a radio button with two options. Should the two virtual fields remain blank (basically meaning that there is no value for either of the fields for this client in the external table), the 2nd radio button option should be selected and the field hidden to prevent user interaction. The hiding and selection part works fine, but it seems that I'm not able to get the value from the virtual fields and my script stops working as soon as I add the condition that involves the value of any of the two virtual fields: <script type= "text/javascript"> function AMFCheck() { var AMF1 = document.getElementById('cbParamVirtual12')[0].value; var AMF2 = document.getElementById('cbParamVirtual13')[0].value; if (AMF1 == "" && AMF2 == "" ) { document.getElementById("InsertRecordAMF_payable1").checked = true; document.getElementById("InsertRecordAMF_payable").style.display = "none"; } } document.getElementById("caspioform").onchange=AMFCheck; </script> I'd be really grateful for any help. Thanks, Christof
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