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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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AddSuccessTemplate - Export form via feed call

Hello.. Is there a way to create a link within the "AddSuccessTemplate" which would allow the end-user to print a hard-copy of their form which they just entered? I assume you could link to a feed within the AddSuccesstemplate using the recordID of the …

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CommandLink Redirect not working

<CustomCommands> <DataCommand CommandName="HideItem" CommandText="Update FSVS_Ontrack set Status = 'Hide', updated = getdate(), updated_by = @user WHERE [id] = @id"> <Parameter Name="id" /> <parameter …

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Multiple Functions in one Button?

I am returning the "ID" as part of a template list. Using a CommandButton I can successfully reload several templates on the same page. At the moment I have had to put the "user details" as a new template on the same page and call it within the command …

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Commandlink equivalent from Jquery

Is there a way I can run a command link or equivalent to update a 2nd template on the same page. The reason I believe I need to do this from Jquery is because I am using Kelly's Search/sort example to find the list of records, then I want a …

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