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How to reference parameter sent by add link

What is the proper syntax to reference a parameter (which is a foreign key id) in the add form which was sent by the add link?

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How do I pass form values to a stored procedure with AddForm and EditForm?

This doesn't exactly answer your question, but I would approach this differently. Whether you build an insert/update command in your form or create a stored procedure for it, you're still having to build a command somewhere. The parameter tags …

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Since XMP tags like (xmod:Select) don’t appear to be supported in the (AddSuccessTemplate)....

Since XMP tags like (xmod:Select) don’t appear to be supported in the (AddSuccessTemplate) of (AddForm) what is the recommended method to conditionally display blocks of HTML based on data [[Field]] Tokens. This question is somewhat similar to my prior …

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(NoItemsTemplate) or (xmod:Select) for (AddForm)?

I’ve got a scenario where an (AddForm) is used with a (SelectCommand) returning a single (1) row to populate some “defaults”. It’s possible that the SelectCommand could return zero (0) rows. In that case I’d like XMP to render different HTML in a similar …

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How does one set the "Form mode"?

The "Walk Through" in the online help says: Ensure that the Form Mode is set to Add . This tells the module to load the form defined in the <AddForm> tag. Where is this done?

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