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How to add detail records?

Hi David, The custom form control that Patrick mentions is our "Add Another" control which allows you to have a field, let's say, 3 times on a form, with an "add another" plus icon or link which lets you click to add multiple additions of that field. …

Author: Drew
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How to use Redirect via Post?

I have a form I want to submit and then redirect to a related page that needs the primary key of the form I just submitted which is FormID. I have retrieved the FormID from the database using an output parameter and can easily pass the value using a Url …

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Multiple Templates with Add and Edit action

I'm using Mutliple templates in a module to allow me to design the layout better and reduce white space that occurs when using multiple modules.I have multiple templates each related to table data requiring add and edit functionality. How do I …

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How to use a button in a list to add items to a "cart".

I have a design requirement that dictates that an add/plus buttonbe used to add 1 or more items in a list to a “cart”. How is this typicallydone in Xmod? Example somewhere? Ideally clicking the button calls a Stored Procedure passingan item key. The list …

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Add button not displaying for proper "Add" security role

Actually, I found another fix using the Template display roles you mentioned prior.  Doing this within the NoItemsTemplate below works as it should. [xmod:Select Mode="Standard"]   [case Comparetype="Role" Operator="=" Expression="Administrator …

Author: Jeff M.
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