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Conditionally Hide A Checkbox In A Form

I would like to be able to hide a checkbox if a user if they do not appear in a SQL table, but not sure how to do that. Scenario is this, I have a checkbox that says an item can be closed, this is on a edit form. I only want people who are in a approver …

Author: jeffwest1
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jQuery Assistance Needed..:(

Hi, I am trying to auto select checkboxes based upon a user clicking on a map (and vice versa highlight map if user selects checkbox) I seem to be having some trouble with my jQuery logic as I can't get it to work. Would someone be kind enough to look at …

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checkbox for multiple records

How can I create a list of records like in a template then be able to display a checkbox against all. But then I want to select several of those records using the checkbox from that list and then update all those records. I know I have to use a stored …

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Use a checkbox without posting back to the db

Hi, I have a checkbox that I use to fire some jquery that hides or displays a row. JQuery is working fine but when I go to add a record with the form I get error Value cannot be null. I don't want to add a column to the table for this checkbox. When I …

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Form Validate Checbox/Textbox combo

Hello.. Is there a way to do a compare so that if the check box on a form is checked, the associated textbox is a required field? Is there a jQuery way to accomplish this? I'm not proficient in jQuery and wouldn't know how to accomplish this. Thanks..

Author: Jeff M.
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