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August 8, 2018 at 17:05 in reply to: DFFS > Filtering Checkbox based on another field answer #21709
That did the trick. Thanks Alex!August 6, 2018 at 20:40 in reply to: DFFS > Filtering Checkbox based on another field answer #21674
Also, I’m not getting any JS errors in the Custom JS editor, form, or in the console.August 6, 2018 at 18:02 in reply to: DFFS > Filtering Checkbox based on another field answer #21671
This works perfectly in Chrome but the child drop-down (ChoiceColumn3) is not filtering in IE-11. What am I missing?April 12, 2018 at 16:46 in reply to: Rules to set date field value to a calculated value #20548
I’ve been trying to modify this to calculate a due date in business days, but with no luck. Any suggestions?September 11, 2017 at 22:16 in reply to: Hide "Add New" vLookup button based on query results #18123
I got it working now, disregard. You had it right, Alex – thanks so much for your help.
What about setting a variable on the parent side and passing that variable in the URL?
FYI, I have also tried FIN and display names of the parent/child columns to no avail.
The string values are working fine but I still can’t get the parent form values to pass in the URL. I’m no longer getting any error messages, just not seeing the values populate.
I have the basics of this working. Thanks so much!
I do have a couple amateur questions (apologies):
1) how do I pass a value to the child form from a column in the parent item?
2) After saving the child NewForm, the parent form content shrinks to the top half of the dialog (with scroll bars). Do you know of a way to retain the content/dialog proportions on the parent form?
Thanks, in advance.
Thank you sir! I will give this a shot. Is there a way to append this in order to prepopulate columns on the child form (similar to vLookup)?
I would use SPJS Lookup or Cascading Dropdowns on the child form but I’ve got that covered. I was more concerned with launching a child form based on a field change (or specific value selection) on the parent form, so the user is forced to complete the child form without relying on them to click a button/link. I attached an image that might explain. Hope that helps, and thank you for the quick response, Alex!
Create a permissions group and add those 3 individuals. Then, in the DFFS configuration for DispForm, create a rule using the trigger: “If logged in user is NOT in group with ID/name” and set the Edit button visibility to “hidden”.
Thanks Alex; Appreciate your quick response! I did find that in another post. This was more of a feature suggestion within the vLookup configuration tab of DFFS.