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On the Results page, I can refer to fields by appending either "EditRecord" or "InsertRecord" to the beginning of the field name. What is the equivalent naming convention in the Search form? Is it just appending "SearchRecord"?

I've tried the basic script:

document.forms[0].SearchRecordHome.onchange=copyteam;

("Home" being my field name)

to call a function called copyteam but it is producing an error that SearchRecordHome is 'null or not an object'.

Thank you!

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9 hours ago, BaySunshine said:

The fields in the Search form can be referred to as Value1_1, Value2_1, Value3_1 etc in the order they are displayed.

So, to access Value_1, you can enter: 

document.getElementsByName("Value1_1").value or

document.getElementByID("Value1_1").value

Hope that helps.

Regards,

If you are using getElemnentsBy Name you should specify number of array element: document.getElementsByName("Value1_1")[0].value 

 

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