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    Using a Parameter in an Aggregate field

    Hi @NJConrcs, You can use a Calculated Field instead of Aggregate and use the parameters as is. You should have something like this on your Calculated Field: [@dp_budget_amount_P] - [@field:FUNDING] Change the [@field:FUNDING] depending on the name of your funding field. I hope that helps.
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    Store Virtual Field Value

    Hi @directrix, May I ask, why you need to use a Virtual Field instead of a normal field? Regards, @IMDora
  3. Hi @JaredL, To do this, you can set the collapsible group to "Collapsed by default". Attached is the screenshot for your reference. Regards, @IMDora
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    document.write issues

    Hi @zalipresents, You should replace your document.write with innerHTML. You can refer to this forum: Hope this helps. Regards, IMDora
  5. Hi Alison, What do you mean by to make a textbox to dynamically change for inputted text? - IMDora
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    Auto-updating Charts

    Hi waltmayo, This is now possible with the new 13 Release of Caspio, you can do this by enabling AJAX on your DataPage. Here's more information about AJAX: https://howto.caspio.com/release-notes/caspio-bridge-13-0/ https://howto.caspio.com/datapages/ajax-loading/
  7. Hi tastyT, If you put singe quotes, the script will render it as a text and not as number/integer. That's why when you change it from '0' to 0 it worked.
  8. Hi neokid2416, You can check Caspio's security through this URL: https://www.caspio.com/features/. Hope that helps.
  9. Hi PacWebDev, You can check this documentation to do a keyword search across multiple fields: https://howto.caspio.com/faq/reports-datapages/how-to-do-keyword-search-across-multiple-fields/
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    Capitalizing All Letters

    Hello Logan, To force the letters inputted to be capitalized you can use this JavaScript code: <script type="text/javascript"> function uppercase(field) { return function () { field.value = field.value.toUpperCase(); } } var fields = document.querySelectorAll('input[type="text"][id^="InsertRecord"]'); fields.forEach( function (field, index) { field.oninput = uppercase(field); } ); </script> Hope that helps.
  11. Hi roattw, I'm afraid the answer for that is yes. You need to put !important if you will be using an external or internal css because if you don't that might cause conflict on other css code with the same class/id name.
  12. Okay. What seems to be the error? The solution that I provided works perfectly on my end and what it does is find any records that has the value that you put in the search field.
  13. Hello aschild, To add a search bar for a multi-select listbox, what you need to do is add an HTML block before your Multi-Select Listbox Element and put in this code: <input type="text" id="myInput" placeholder="Search"> <script> document.getElementById('myInput').onkeyup = function(event) { var items = document.getElementsByClassName('Item'); for (var i = items.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) { if( items.getElementsByTagName('label')[0].innerHTML.toLowerCase().indexOf( document.getElementById('myInput').value ) < 0 ) { items.style.display = 'none'; } else { items.style.display = 'block'; } } } </script> Let me know if this helps.
  14. Hi roattw, You need to add the CDN on your html file itself. Let me know if you need assistance. Thanks.