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Links modules replacement - Drop-down Files list

You can get rid of the addlink and just use some jQuery. This is off the cuff so pardon any potential errors.

Author: Jeff M.
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Use Dropdown DataTextField value in Email

I have a basic dropdown with: DataTextField="DisplayName" DataTextValue="UserID" In the SubmitCommand I am saving the UserID to the database, but in the email confirmation, I want to send the DisplayName (because obviously the UserID means nothing to …

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Dropdown List

How do I set a default for option? <xmod:Template UsePaging="False" Ajax="False"> <ListDataSource CommandText="SELECT DISTINCT CurrentPayrollTitle FROM PDStaffImport ORDER BY CurrentPayrollTitle ASC"/> <HeaderTemplate> <select …

Author: Abel
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Dropdown List in Edit form not populating

Have a VERY simple form with a dropdown list on it. 1> Add process works great...not a problem. 2> Edit process works great as far as storing the selected or entered data. 3> On entering the Edit mode, the dropdown does not select the value in …

Author: Roy Barrow
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DropDownList Range Fails for Decimal

I am trying to do a currency compare for minimum wage on a form where visitors enter the hourly rate for their job opening. The code works when someone enters the same layout as the lower range, so if the minimum value is 7.85; values from 7.85 to 9.99 …

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