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Jeff M.

Jeff M.answered the question Using JS to disable text fields - Need JS Guru

Since the disabling of the submit button wasn't working with the page refresh, took your suggestion one step further and added an OnClientClick validation to the add button. It'll grab the value of the category drop-down and check to ensure that doesn't …
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3 days ago

Steve Krantzman

Steve Krantzmananswered the question DeleteImage - Using Join

Jeff, Yes you almost have it, but your Join syntax is a little off. You can read about the proper syntax formation in the help files: https://www.dnndev.com/help/xmodpro/tokens/functions.html#join . In your code, the Join is part of the OnClientClick …

4 days ago

Jeff M.

Jeff M.asked the question: DeleteImage - Using Join

Hello.. Is it possible to use "Join" on a delete image onclientclick so that it'll include the record name or something similar? Thanks.. E.g: http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/762

4 days ago

Jeff M.

Jeff M.asked the question: Using JS to disable text fields - Need JS Guru

Hello.. We have a contact us form which has a drop-down to select a category (department) and a cascading drop-down for the e-mail address. This hides the e-mail address from the end-users. Anyway, we have a category which the department head has …

4 days ago

Patrick Ryan

Patrick Ryananswered the question JS variable from load feed

The load feed button is just a helper, that makes it easy for someone who does not know JavaScript/jQuery to call a feed and inject the response from that feed into an element on the page. But Steve is doing this correctly. You don't need the "helper" …

1 week ago

Mike O

Mike Oanswered the question Show hide button in template using value from a column

Thank you for your time Patrick! Last night I got a subquery working. I don't think the subquery will present too much of a performance problem as I would expect no more than a dozen records for that query to process. I strongly suspect that my problem …
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1 week ago

Steve Krantzman

Steve Krantzmanvoted on How to Display the NoItemsTemplate only after Filter is applied * FormX *

<p>Can you set your initial query to return a default or "all" set of data?
</p>
<p>You could also check for a query parameter value and use that in the NoItemsTemplate to display a conditional message -- i.e. if the param isn't there, display empty text (or the message of your choice) and if it's there, display a no items found message. You may be able to do this using either: <xmod:IfEmpty>,<xmod:Select>, or perhaps even some Javascript ...

1 week ago

Steve Krantzman

Steve Krantzmanvoted on Strange Issue with Stored Procedure and DeleteCommand

Try this format and let me know if it works:


Commandtext="exec ccf_DeleteVolClinicAssign @UserID, @ClinicID" commandtype="text"




1 week ago

Steve Krantzman

Steve Krantzmanvoted on stored procedures and output parameters

<p>Make sure you set the size attribute on the output parameter tag when using the string data type:</p><p><Parameter name="Something" datatype="String" Direction="Output" Size="100" /></p>
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1 week ago

Drew

Drewanswered the question Validation Message Bug

Here, I had to fiddle with my fiddle. http://dnndev.com/fiddle/fid/757 Regards, Drew
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1 week ago