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How to Display the NoItemsTemplate only after Filter is applied * FormX *

I have followed Kelly's article on "Data-bound Drop-down Filters in XMod Pro" part 1 and 2. The technique works well but I would like a No Results message to appear if there are not any results for the selected filter. My first thought was to use the …

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Using a Stored Procedure in Custom Commands

I read in an earlier post that Kelly added the ability to use stored procedures in Custom Commands in v4.7. Did this get added and does it work? If it was added and working, I am having a problem getting it to work in my form., It could be a typo or …

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FormX inline editing - hiding elements on button click

So understanding what's happening here. When you click edit, it asynchronously updates the state of the template and shows the edit form for a record, and so on down the line like you noticed. The trick is to tap into the end request handler to know when …

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