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  1. Just to add, if in case you want to add a warning message, there's a forum post that has a Javascript code for that. Please refer to this:
  2. Hello @Kuroshi I am thinking of a workaround for this and came up with this -> Create a Task instead that has the same functionality as your Triggered action. Task is somehow similar to trigger. However, the task will not fire automatically once you inserted a record. you will need to click the 'Run' task or schedule when will the Task run. I hope this helps and works. - Barbie
  3. Hi, Since you mentioned that you are importing a file in the table, triggered action will not work. So basically, this is expected behavior. Triggered Actions currently will not run from import of data through either manual import or DataHub tasks. This is also stated here: https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/triggered-actions/ Triggered action will only work if you are inserting the records manually inside the table. I hope this helps. -Barbie
  4. Just to add, you may also refer to this article for more information about importing: https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/importing-data/
  5. Hello, This specific workflow can be achieve using JavaScript custom coding. I can provide you a sample logic for reference. <script type="text/javascript"> document.addEventListener('DataPageReady', function(event) { document.querySelector("input[name='Submit']").disabled = true; document.addEventListener('change', function(event) { var ID = document.getElementById("InsertID").value; if( ID == '') { document.querySelector("input[name='Submit']").disabled = true; } else { document.querySelector("input[name='Submit']").disabled = false; } }); }); </script> I hope this works. - Barbie
  6. Hi again @Batchini, I tested this on my end and confirmed that even if you have special characters such as dash (-) and/or using ‘OLE Object’ as a DataType, Caspio will automatically fix it once imported. For the OLE Object, it will be automatically change as Text(64000) once imported. I hope this helps. - Barbie
  7. I have a calculation that will get the value from the other table. And since it is a calculated field, it displays the result for every record. I just wanted to display it beside the top field value. Is that possible?
  8. Thank you @telly. By the way @Batchini, if you want to modify the looks of your DataPage other than this, you can do that under our Style. Please refer to this link: https://howto.caspio.com/styles/styles/
  9. Yup @Batchini, you need to use different code for that. Please refer below: <input type="submit" name="Mod0EditRecord" id="Mod0EditRecord_1" value="Update" class="cbUpdateButton"> - Barbie
  10. Hello @Batchini, yup that is possible. You may need to add an HTML Block at the top of the page and paste this code: <input type="submit" name="Submit" id="Submit_1" value="Submit" class="cbSubmitButton"> I hope this works. - Barbie
  11. Hello @IoTWorld you can also check this response. It is another approach for this workflow:
  12. You may also refer to this articles which contains the features that you will use in this workflow: https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/triggered-actions/ https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/what-are-views/creating-a-view-to-filter-data/
  13. Hi, I tried this workflow before and I think it is similar to what you are trying to achieve. I believe that best way to do this is to create another table to save these options. This will serve as your lookup table, you may also need to create a View and Triggered actions. Please refer to the steps below on how to achieve it. 1. Create a table that will consist of the options that you want to use in your dropdown. 2. On the said table, add another field and set its DataType to a checkbox. You may refer to this sample Table that I created: 3. Create a View and use the table mentioned above that will filter the records and display the unchecked records which means it is not yet selected in the dropdown option. Please refer to this: 4. On your main table used as a Data Source in your DataPage, create a Triggered action that will update the lookup table that if the record is selected, the checkbox will be checked. Please refer to this sample Triggered action that I created: 5. Lastly, please configure your DataPage and use the lookup table that you will create. Please refer to this: Also, please note that you need to disable your AJAX if you want to update the dropdown in real-time every time you add a new record. - Barbie
  14. Yes, you just need to remove the date condition. It will look like this: (SELECT SUM(Paid_Amount_1) From Agent_Invoices_2021 WHERE Agent_Number = target.[@field:Agent_Number]) - (SELECT SUM(Amount_Additional_1) From Agent_Invoices_2021 WHERE Agent_Number = target.[@field:Agent_Number]) I hope that works on your end. - Barbie
  15. In addition, here's an article and video link for more info about Triggered actions: https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/triggered-actions/ http://youtube.com/watch?v=ZdkQOvLX4ok
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