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I'm trying to create a page to manage users and groups.

 

I have a group table:

group id,

group name,

group description, etc.

 

And a user table:

user id,

first name,

last name,

group id, etc.

 

I created a page that shows a list of all users in the current group based on the group id parameter. 

Below that is a list of all of users that have a blank group id (They are not in a group yet).

 

I would like to select multiple users from the list without group ids, and click Add to Group. Can you suggest the best way to do this? I tried to use Bulk Edit, but the group id is a random number and the user won't know which group to populate. Ideally, rather than popping up a dialog box, I would like the bulk edit to read the group id parameter and do the update. 

 

Thank you!

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On 7/29/2017 at 9:09 PM, sbright420c said:

I'm trying to create a page to manage users and groups.

 

I have a group table:

group id,

group name,

group description, etc.

 

And a user table:

user id,

first name,

last name,

group id, etc.

 

I created a page that shows a list of all users in the current group based on the group id parameter. 

Below that is a list of all of users that have a blank group id (They are not in a group yet).

 

I would like to select multiple users from the list without group ids, and click Add to Group. Can you suggest the best way to do this? I tried to use Bulk Edit, but the group id is a random number and the user won't know which group to populate. Ideally, rather than popping up a dialog box, I would like the bulk edit to read the group id parameter and do the update. 

 

Thank you!

As far as I understand, you pass Group ID to the datapage, you may receive this parameter in a field for bulk edit mode. 

This way, when bulk edit is enabled, you will see passed value in the field. 
Does it work for you?

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