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Patrick Ryan

Patrick Ryananswered the question DOC-XML - Dynamtic o:Created

A little late on the answer here so perhaps you found a solution. I'm not 100% sure what you're doing but you can use "getdate()" in your select command and assign it to a field to use as a token wherever you want.

5 days ago

Patrick Ryan

Patrick Ryananswered the question AddSuccessTemplate - Export form via feed call

You can pass output parameters to your success template, certainly. Correct on the feed... that's the way I would handle it.

5 days ago

Patrick Ryan

Patrick Ryananswered the question Passing the value generated from Javascrpt code to a Xmod Pro textbox

http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/723Example

5 days ago

Doug Blackmon

Doug Blackmonasked the question: Passing the value generated from Javascrpt code to a Xmod Pro textbox

So I have dabbling using Javascript in my XmodPro forms and see you can plug it in just about anywhere. However I cant find any documentation that shows how to take the output of a Javascript function and Insert it into a Xmod Pro Textbox field or make …

6 days ago

Kelly Ford

Kelly Fordanswered the question RSS Feed Ticker

Hey Jeff, Forget what I said :) @Patrick Rayan reminded me that Moore Creative has an add-on for that. You can find more about it here: https://www.dnndev.com/Products/AddOns/AddOn/rss-d... Best, Kelly

1 week ago

Patrick Ryan

Patrick Ryananswered the question Update Functions - attn: Patrick Ryan

Here's a cool trick. Let's see if it works for you. Instead of calling the feed, stick the feed right in your template. <ItemTemplate> <xmod:Feed ... etc > </ItemTemplate> That will ensure all the data is loaded on page load. Now I …
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1 week ago

Jeff M.

Jeff M.asked the question: Update Functions - attn: Patrick Ryan

Hello.. I had previously asked a question about listing departments by grouping with a lettergroup. I was able to get something together and Patrick assisted; see HERE . But now, I have a different page which does a direct link to this page by the …

1 week ago

Patrick Ryan

Patrick Ryananswered the question FAO Patrick Ryan

Roger that Mark! I got your other email and replied.

1 week ago

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ken wiebe

ken wiebecreated the topic: can't see fields with imported excel table

hello; I am testing xmod pro for a client who has a number of excel workbooks to import. I am using SQL Server Management studio to import the excel worksheets, and it imports them and populates all the tables. The XMOD forms wizard sees the tables …

1 week ago

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  • ken wiebeIt's a bit strange really, because if I create a new table and populate it with some fields and data, it shows up fine. It seems to be something peculiar to tables imported from Excel with the SSMS wizard. Even adding a key field using an exiting (unique data) field doesn't seem to help. I've tried clearing the DNN cache, restarting the application, even rebooting the computer. The table shows up but the "key field" in the XMOD forms designer is always blank.

    Not sure what to try next.1 week ago
  • Kelly Ford@ken wiebe To make sure I'm clear... the table, itself shows up, it just doesn't show the key field in the list of fields? Have you tried inserting a new column and marking that column (in SSMS) as an int datatype, and auto-incrementing Identity field and finally marking that column as the Primary Key?1 week ago
  • ken wiebeI figured it out. Had to create a new table with a "ID" field and import from the table with the Excel import. Not sure why the original Excel import table doesn't create a key field properly. Thanks for the tip, that got me headed in the right direction.1 week ago