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How to get to the correct row in the template when returning from a form

After many hours of testing it is obvious that when you return from a form to the template that the row the cursor goes to is the same row that you selected in the form. Is there a way to set the row so that the template row would be the first row in the …

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Dynamic data source for template

Hi all, Can anyone point me in the right direction please. I have a template that shows "all users", "new this week" etc. Is there a way that I can have a second template that display the "detail list" for each category that displays the list …

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DateAdd token not working

Hello.. Any idea why the DateAdd token would not work properly? If I just tell XMP to display the DateAdd, it literally displays "[-[-DateAdd:-]-]" and not the date. And because of this, my Select->Case doesn't work properly. Below is my code. …

Author: Jeff M.
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ADD USER show a 'loading' indicator

OK.... so a couple of ways you can approach this: 1) You can turn off client-side validation and let the validation occur on the server. This may or may not be good for your particular scenario. 2) Check for the global validation values. I was chatting …

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Procedure or function expects parameter, which was not supplied.

Getting this error: "Procedure or function expects parameter '@disasterID', which was not supplied." See below for the fiddle of code, etc. Have profiler running which shows what XMP is sending to SQL; neither of these work and I get the same error. If …

Author: Jeff M.
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