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Roderick

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  1. I'm trying to trigger a calculated field contingent on a select2 field or a hidden calculated field and I can't make it work. This is what I have: Field1(Cascading Dropdown Field for value: Field_ID) (converted into a select2 element using $('select[name="InsertRecordField1"]').select2();) VirtualField1 (Calculated Field) (Using the following sql SELECT Field_Name FROM Table WHERE [@field:Field1] = Field_ID) The SQL doesn't notice the changes made to Field1 nor its initial value on page load. I tried using JavaScript and SQL to give Field1's value to a another hidden Virtual Field and trigger the SQL with the following code: <script> document.getElementById('caspioNote').onmousemove = function() {myFunction();}; function myFunction() { var i = document.getElementsByName('InsertRecordField1')[0].value; document.getElementsByName('cbParamVirtual2')[0].value = i; } </script> ------ SQL for VirtualField1: SELECT Field_Name FROM Table WHERE [@cbParamVirtual2] = Field_ID The JavaScript works fine but the SQL does not seem to notice the changes in VirtualField2 This happens to other cascading fields too when I use VirtualField2 as the Parent Field. How could I archive this? Thanks in advance
  2. I need to create a cascading. multi-select list box on a Submission - that has "select check boxes" associated with each option, and a "select all" button. I have explored two solutions, both of which don't work. Solution 1: I know that I could set the data type to List - String, and then multi-select becomes a standard option (with a "select all" option as well). But the problem with that standard solution is that it does not allow for cascading based on another fields in the Submission Form. Solution 2: I also know that I could use a Cascading List Box, together with the following JS code: <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> /* "fieldName" is the variable name for the listbox type form element field. */ var fieldName = "InsertRecordCompany"; var x=document.getElementsByName(fieldName); x[0].multiple=true; </SCRIPT> But the problem with that solution is that the list box does not have "checkboxes" on the side, nor a "select all" button. This makes that solution clumsy for users. Can you help me implement what I need - a cascading. multi-select list box on a Submission - that has "select check boxes" associated with each option, and a "select all" button
  3. I need it before form submission, I don't know if Caspio can help me archive this. Thank you for your help.
  4. I have two datapages. Datapage A contains a dropdown and each value from it has a unique ID. I have a second Datapage a (Single Record Update form) on the same page which I would like to be contingent on the dropdown value selected from Datapage A. I would like to know how and if it is possible to send parameters to another datapage in the same webpage using Caspio? Without using the POST method where I would have to create a query string and use a second webpage.
  5. Hi, how do I create a Submission Form where its submission is contingent on the data submitted by other users? For example: 2 employees must insert in a form the time they clocked in and the time they clocked out, but they cannot work during the same interval. How do I restrict the form based on the first user that submitted the information?
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