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  1. I have a tabular report that I allow to be edited at line level. When the boxes appear for editing, they are really huge and i don't want that. I just want to make them a smaller font. Is this possible? You can refer on the attached screenshot.
  2. Hi all, I cannot seem to overcome an issue with the use of Javascript on a bulk edit screen. There is a basic little script I wrote to control when users should be notified about changes done in bulk. It should simply prevent notifications from being sent if the user did not alter the initial delivery status of a product. While the script itself executes just fine upon each change to the delivery status field, the value that gets inserted into the text field which toggles the actual notifications isn't being saved when I hit "Update". It works if I manually type in Yes or No, but not if it's done via the script. I suspect this has to do with Ajax in one way or another, about which I lack the necessary knowledge to troubleshoot, unfortunately. var pSDeliveryOld = document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Delivery_status").value; var dStatusChangeNotification = document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Notification_DStatusChange"); function statusCheck() { var pSDeliveryNew = document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Delivery_status").value; if(pSDeliveryOld !== pSDeliveryNew) { dStatusChangeNotification.value = "Yes"; } else { dStatusChangeNotification.value = "No"; } console.log("System to send notification: " + dStatusChangeNotification.value); } document.getElementById("BulkEditParticipation_List_2016_Delivery_status").onchange = statusCheck; Could one of you experts out there help me get the Yes/No value saved in the table? Many thanks in advance! Best, Kristof
  3. Hello; Do views and tables have different performance characteristics? Or, is their only purpose to provide multi-table data sets? Consider these two scenarios: tbl_1 -> fld_1 | fld_2 | fld_3 | fld_4 | fld_5 | fld_6 frm_1 -> tbl_1.fld_3 | tbl_1.fld_5 Will the following View save me data usage or speed up the call? (or do anything else) view_1 -> tbl_1.fld_3 | tbl_1.fld_5 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- frm_2 - tbl_1.fld_1 | tbl_1.fld_2 | tbl_1.fld_3 | tbl_1.fld_4 | tbl_1.fld_5 | tbl_1.fld_6 Will the following View slow down the call? (or do anything else) view_2 - tbl_1.fld_1 | tbl_1.fld_2 | tbl_1.fld_3 | tbl_1.fld_4 | tbl_1.fld_5 | tbl_1.fld_6 THANKS
  4. I have a details data page form on which records can be edited & updated. I would like to allow editing for all records not older than 2 days & then make the data page view only for records older than that. Can someone assist with a method of achieving this?
  5. Hi, I'm using the bulk edit option on a tabular report. I have rules set on the bulk edit to govern what data can be changed during the bulk edit based on the records selected by the user. I have placed css code into the datapage (configure bulk edit) and my stylesheet to update the text of the required fields to red in the bulk edit dialog box. In the Caspio preview all the required fields show as red. On my website the required fields still show as black. I used the developer tool and found that the class assigned on the website is different from the class assigned in the CASPIO preview which is why the color is incorrect on the website. The td class on the website should be <td class="cbBulkFormLabelCell cbBulkFormLabelRequired"....</td> Website class assignment: <td class="cbBulkFormLabelCell_334daf58b60dbf cbBulkFormLabel_334daf58b60dbf" style=""><span class="cbBulkFormEnableCheckBoxContainer_334daf58b60dbf"><input type="checkbox" name="EnableBulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_RENDCkb" id="EnableBulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_RENDCkb_334daf58b60dbf" disabled=""></span><label for="EnableBulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_RENDCkb_334daf58b60dbf">Rate End:<span style=""><span class="cbFormRequiredMarker_334daf58b60dbf">*</span></span></label><span class="cbBulkFormHintLabel_334daf58b60dbf" id="BulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_REND_hnt_334daf58b60dbf"><img class="cbBulkFormHintLabelImage_334daf58b60dbf" src="https://c3amf140.caspio.com/images/tooltip_icon_gray_outlined.png" alt="[?]"></span></td> CASPIO class assignment: <td class="cbBulkFormLabelCell cbBulkFormLabelRequired"><span class="cbBulkFormEnableCheckBoxContainer"><input type="checkbox" name="EnableBulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_RENDCkb" id="EnableBulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_RENDCkb_612e7963285d5d" disabled=""></span><label for="EnableBulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_RENDCkb_612e7963285d5d">Rate End:<span class="cbBulkFormRequiredMarker"><span class="cbFormRequiredMarker">*</span></span></label><span class="cbBulkFormHintLabel" id="BulkEditScan_Load_Table_MAIN_ALLScans_REND_hnt_612e7963285d5d"><img class="cbBulkFormHintLabelImage" src="https://c3amf140.caspio.com/images/tooltip_icon_gray_outlined.png" alt="[?]"></span></td> Bulk Edit CSS (Placed in stylesheet and datapage) <style> .Dialog { width: 660px !important; height: 630px !important} <style> .cbBulkFormLabelRequired { color: #F44336 !important; font-size: 10px !important; font-family: Arial, sans-serif !important; font-weight: bold !important; z-index: 2000 !important; } .cbBulkFormLabel { color: #444444 !important; font-size: 10px !important; font-family: Arial, sans-serif !important; font-weight: bold !important; } .cbBulkFormData{ font-size: 10px !important; } .cbBulkFormSelect{ font-size: 10px !important; color: #333333 !important; font-size: 10px !important; font-family: Arial, sans-serif !important; font-weight: 300 !important; padding: 5px 6px !important; background: #FFFFFF !important; border-color: #e9e9e9; border-width: 1px !important; border-style: solid !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } .cbBulkFormTextField{ font-size: 10px !important; color: #333333 !important; font-size: 10px !important; font-family: Arial, sans-serif !important; font-weight: 300 !important; padding: 5px 6px !important; background: #FFFFFF !important; border-color: #e9e9e9; border-width: 1px !important; border-style: solid !important; box-sizing: border-box !important; } </style> Thanks, Bre
  6. In MS Access it is possible to set up an input form so that if a value is missing from a given field's dropdown box the user can then add this on the fly by being taken to the appropriate input form and adding the missing value before returning to their starting input form to complete their initial intended data input. I have attached a pic of where this is done in MS Access properties. Is it possible to do this in Caspio DataPages? If so, how and where is this done? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks
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