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  1. Virtual Fields as Search Criteria

    Is it possible to use virtual fields as search criteria? I have a report datapage with an actual search field named "Client_ID". That field is "Hidden". I also have two virtual fields, each with a different multi-select listbox. The virtual fields are both labeled "Client ID" and the one that gets displayed for the user to select from depends on the contents of an auth field (using a rule). I want the selections from the virtual field that is displayed to be used as the actual "Client_ID" selections in the search. The code I currently have in the footer (that doesn't work) is: <script> function setSearch(){ if("[@authfield:Level#]" == 3){ document.getElementById("@field:Client_ID").value=document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual1").value; } else { document.getElementById("@field:Client_ID").value=document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual2").value; } } document.getElementById("caspioform").onsubmit = setSearch; </script> Is what I'm looking to do even possible? I know I can have a separate search form and report datapage but I would prefer not to do that if possible.
  2. Hi! This is my first question on this forum, so I apologize if this question is not in the scope of the board I followed this thread to concatenate values from four virtual fields onto an existing field on a details page upon "update". I added the code below to the footer of my details page, and it worked when my virtual fields were text fields. However, this code did no longer worked when I changed my virtual fields to autocomplete fields. Is there another step I need to convert the autocomplete to text? <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> function concatenate() { var x0 = document.getElementById("EditRecordOtherCollectors").value; var x1 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual2").value; var x2 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual3").value; var x3 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual4").value; var x4 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual5").value; document.getElementById("EditRecordOtherCollectors").value = x0+" "+x1+" "+x2+" "+x3+" "+x4; } document.getElementById("caspioform").onsubmit=concatenate; </SCRIPT> Thanks!
  3. Hello, I have created a search data page similar to the example shown in The search works fine the first time around (sometimes on a clean page load), but if you search again the search and appsession parameter from the previous search are still shown cached in the browser. Manually deleting these from the browser URL Bar allows for a successful search. From within the search form, I tried setting the destination to the same page and used the same search page url ( But apparently this clears the search parameter before the results data page can receive them. My question is where do I insert the cbResetParam=1 reset parameter to reset the browser cache when a new search is submitted from the submission form? I am guessing it could be reset "onclick" using js in the footer, but alas I am still learning js and could not find any examples to get started on Thank you in advance for any help on this.
  4. Hi I am new to using Caspio and would appreciate some help building a form and report which searches across 4 language database entries (L1-L4). I need 9 language search boxes in 3 columns (this will be expanded later to allow more parameters). The logical connection between each of the four boxes in each column vertically is AND and the relation between the 3 columns horizontally is OR. For example, to find people in the database who speak English and German and/or Spanish (and any combination of these), would look like on the search form: English English English AND AND AND Spanish OR Spanish OR German AND AND AND German [no selection] [no selection] I have built the form datapage using virtual fields to try to pass on to the report but I am struggling at this point. I can see that it is easy to have one search box searching records in L1-L4 using virtual fields, but not multiple search boxes searching multiple records in L1-L4. I have already looked at the various tutorials and guides on the caspio site but I cannot work this out. My general query is: is this possible? My more specific question is: is it possible to pass parameters from more than one virtual field to the report? More particularly, if, as in the case above, I have made no selection, can Caspio be told to ignore those fields for the purposes of the search? Many thanks for your help Toby
  5. <script type="text/javascript"> function calculate(){ var pm1 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual3").value; var pm2 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual8").value; var pm3 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual13").value; var pm4 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual18").value; var pm5 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual23").value; var pm6 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual28").value; document.getElementById("EditRecordTotal").value = pm1 + pm2 + pm3 + pm4 + pm5 + pm6; } document.getElementById("Mod0EditRecord").onmouseover=calculate(); </script> There's my code, I don't know why it's not executing. I tried using the Inspect option in my browser and found this... being called on this line var pm1 = document.getElementById("cbParamVirtual3").value; The field is not null, so I inspected the field I inspected that field and the inspector tells me the Id of that field is actually as follows: So it seems a random set of characters is being added at the end of all my fields, making me unable to "getElementById" since I'll never know what the random set is going to be... How can I either find out that random set or stop it from being generated? Thanks!
  6. Hello, Thanks in advance for checking this out. I use separate Search and Results datapages to filter a results table on a single web page. I am looking for a way to hide the Search fields if a user navigates to the "Details" view. Is there a way to do this with JS? I figure I could also remove the details page, create a new details only datapage, and just use an html block link with querystring parameters from the results table to connect the two but am more interested in if there is a coded way to accomplish this. Thanks again. codell
  7. Hi All… Joined today and my first question to the Forum (I'm a novice so please forgive me if I ask dumb things about coding)! My web form contains some search fields and a pivot table, all on one page. For searching I use a submission form with virtual fields to pass parameters to the Pivot table report. Two of my virtual search fields are “Region†(listbox), and “Country†(cascading listbox with “Region†as the Parent), but I need to have ‘multi-select’ for BOTH listboxes. Thanks to this Forum I’ve managed to get multi-select ‘sort of’ working, using JavaScript in the footer: <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript"> /* "Note that ‘cbParamVirtual1’ = the ‘Region’ listbox (ie Parent) */ /* " ‘cbParamVirtual2 = the ‘Country’ cascading listbox. */ var fieldName1 = "cbParamVirtual1"; var fieldName2 = "cbParamVirtual2"; var x1=document.getElementsByName(fieldName1); var x2=document.getElementsByName(fieldName2); x1[0].multiple=true; x2[0].multiple=true; </script> The problem: If I select just one region in Parent listbox, I happily get all the countries associated with that region in the cascading listbox. And I can go on to multi-select those countries. Perfect! BUT, if I multi-select, say “N.America†AND “Europeâ€, then my ‘Country’ cascading listbox just states “No options availableâ€. What I want is for it to list all the countries in both , “N.America†+ “Europeâ€. Somehow my multi-selections from the Parent just aren't being recognised. (Needless to say, this all works seamlessly in a tabular report format). I’d very much appreciate any help.
  8. Our database is designed to retrieve journal/magazine/etc. articles related to the user search term. We have used the guides for 'How to do a keyword search across multiple fields' and 'Separate Search Page and Results page' to create our search and results forms. Our search form currently allows users to search across the database using one entry/search field 'Search Phrase'. We want to add additional boxes to our search form to refine the search - search for specific author, title, etc. We can add these additional search fields but when we do, the results page returns ALL database records rather than the 2, 3, etc. that it should. We are thinking this is something with either logic or the way the parameters are passed over. Ideally we want the search form to 'Search across database' and/or 'Search for specific author/title/etc.'. Right now we seem to be able to get one or the other, but not both. Any help would be greatly appreciated!