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Two checkbox lists, jQuery to check/uncheck box lists

Hello, I have two check box lists populated by a central data store querying the vw_portals view. One is gathering the portalid (for the database) and the other the portalname (for the outbound e-mail). The later checkbox list will ultimately be hidden …

Author: Jeff M.
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How to reload Add form after successful entry?

Hi Xmod group, I have an Xmod admin form that just adds an entry to a non-DNN table. It works fine, and I added the Success Template to thank the operator and continue. But after clicking continue, the empty form will not reappear to add the next entry. …

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pop up form and refresh on template page

I am using a pop-up Add Form with a Redirect to the template page on the add button. I need the user to see the updated records when they return to the page. Is this possible?

Author: Scott L
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On Submit

Is there any way I can..... Pressing the "add button" from a form, runs a stored procedure for inserting the record. If I "return an output" of the newly created ID from the stored procedure is there a way to use this variable in the redirect tag of the …

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Keep getting The variable name '@' has already been declared.

This is my add form: <AddForm> <ScriptBlock BlockType="HeadScript" RegisterOnce="True" ScriptId="XMODPro_Admin"> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/DesktopModules/XModPro/styles/rcde-admin/styles.css" /> < …

Author: Anonymous
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