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Kdavis

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  1. Also, you still have the problem that the user can navigate away from the datapage without using the submit button ...
  2. I didn't think about setting up the submit button to do that. I broke up the original data page into multiple data pages due to performance fields from the number of fields. There are several hyperlinks to other data pages. That won't work with a single submit button. I could redesign the pages so that the user goes through the pages sequentially though. Is that the only alternative?
  3. I am using submission forms that contain links to other submission forms. I would like for the record being edited to be saved when the user clicks on the link to go to another form. I'm afraid the user will not click on the submit form and lose any information that has already been entered. I have found the javascript solution for "auto submit a datapage" in the community forum. Where does this script need to be placed so that it runs before the web browser goes to the target page? Is there an event that can be used as a trigger for the javascript? The javascript from the other post for auto submission is: <script type="text/javascript"> if(document.getElementByID("caspioform")) { document.getElementByID("caspioform").style.display= 'none' setTimeout('document.forms["caspioform"].submit()',1000); } </script>
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