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    aaronfreed reacted to TellMeWhy in jquery on 'click' confirm not working   
    This is not working because Caspio does not have the jQuery library, you will have to include it in your header. You may find the CDN here https://www.w3schools.com/jquery/jquery_get_started.asp


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    aaronfreed reacted to NiceDuck in authentication field parameter returning null value   
    If you need some live values from authentication table, try using select statements from calculated fields then call that calculated fields to your header. Not doable on HTML datapages though.
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    aaronfreed reacted to kpcollier in fields in lookup tables for dropdowns in datapages do not match underlying view   
    @aaronfreed I'm not sure if this is the same, but it sounds like a problem I have previously experienced.
    Go to the view that is giving you problems and edit it. On the last page 'Field Properties' (where the Include All button is), select a field and look to the right at 'Name'.
    When you edit a table, the view updates but the names for the fields do not. So, the names look correct on the list on the left of the page (where you select which fields to include), but when you look at what it is named, it will be the old name of the field. (The name is what is used in datapages and likely screwing you up)
    A quick way to refresh the names is to go to the selected tables on Edit View, take the edited table out of the Selected Tables list, and then put it back in. You do not need to click finish every time, just put it back to Available Tables and then to Selected Tables real quick. You may need to reconfigure criteria if you do this. This should refresh all of the names for that table. Or, you can just go through the 'Field Properties' list 1 by 1 and change the name from there. 
    Hope this helps.
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