Zaruba.Ivan

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  • in reply to: Switching between lookupLists #20772
    Zaruba.Ivan
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    No, I just “killed” previous version. Maybe It is not absoutely clear, but handling “undefined” in the snippet solved problem. Thank You very much.

    Ivan

    in reply to: Switching between lookupLists #20760
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi,
    thank You for reply. If I switch from Source A to Source B, It works properly. if I switch from Source B to Source A, there is error: “TypeError: Cannot read property “thisListFields” of undefined”. After pressing OK, cascade is rebuilt. I have two different “Filed_name_of_first_thisListFields_column”.

    Thank You

    Ivan

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    in reply to: Switching between lookupLists #20665
    Zaruba.Ivan
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    Hi,
    Thank You for reply. I have two rules and if I change field value, it switch between function CCDD_One or CCDD_Two. There is different amount of fields in functions.

    
    
    CCDD_One(); //Default Init CCDD_One
    
    function CCDD_One(){
        spjs.casc.init(
             {
             "manualMode":true,
             "dataSource":"",
             "lookupList":"listName_List1",
             "lookupListBaseUrl":"/sites/prj/pmo",
             "lookupListFields":["field1_List1","field2_List1","field3_List1"],
             "thisListFields":["field1","field2","field3"],
             "dropDownDefaultvalue":"",
             "filter":"",
             "hideEmptyDropdowns":false,
             "autoselectSingleOption":true,
             "clearInvalidSelection":false,
             "addOwnValue":false,
             "addOwnValueMouseover":"",
             "cancelOwnValueMouseover":"",
             "sideBySide":true,
             "debug":false,
             }
        );
    }
    
    function CCDD_Two(){
        spjs.casc.init(
             {
             "manualMode":true,
             "dataSource":"",
             "lookupList":"listName_List2",
             "lookupListBaseUrl":"/sites/prj/pmo",
             "lookupListFields":["field1_List2","field2_List2","field3_List2","field4_List2","field5_List2"],
             "thisListFields":["field1","field2","field3","field4","field5"],
             "dropDownDefaultvalue":"",
             "filter":"",
             "hideEmptyDropdowns":false,
             "autoselectSingleOption":true,
             "clearInvalidSelection":false,
             "addOwnValue":false,
             "addOwnValueMouseover":"",
             "cancelOwnValueMouseover":"",
             "sideBySide":true,
             "debug":false,
             }
        );
    }

    Thank You

    Ivan

    in reply to: "Author" value #20630
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi,

    You are right. Field {Author} works of Course. Sorry, it was my mistake in email account configuration.

    Sincerelly,

    Ivan

    in reply to: Next and previous item by ID #20628
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi,
    I have a lot of document libraries, and I need to traverse documents and edit custom fields in EditForms. Can I get GUID of the current list view as variable?

    var res = spjs.utility.queryItems({ "listName": _spPageContextInfo.pageListId, "viewName": "{8E016900-8594-45D0-8837-4AFD952C3375}", "viewFields": ["ID"] });

    Thank You.

    Ivan

    in reply to: "Author" value #20610
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi,

    is it possible to get current item author email? I would like to use it as an email recipient in e-mail template for use with DFFS rule.

    Thank You,

    Ivan

    in reply to: Display a calculated column display value in edit form? #17993
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thank You very much. You are right, wrapping the function call helped.

    var qRes = spjs.utility.getItemByID(
    	{
    		"listName":_spPageContextInfo.pageListId,
    		"id":spjs.dffs.data.thisItemID,
    		"viewFields":["TestFormula"]
    	}
    );
    
    setTimeout(function(){
     $("span.promenna").html(qRes["TestFormula"].split(";#")[1]);
    },500);

    Ivan

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by Zaruba.Ivan.
    in reply to: Display a calculated column display value in edit form? #17969
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi Alexander,
    your code worked perfectly in previous version of DFFS, but not in my current version DFFS Backend v4.4.3.10|CSS version: 4.37 / |spjs-utility version: 1.309.

    html:

    <h2>Value: <span class="promenna" /></h2>

    Custom JS:

    var qRes = spjs.utility.getItemByID(
    	{
    		"listName":_spPageContextInfo.pageListId,
    		"id":spjs.dffs.data.thisItemID,
    		"viewFields":["PodilEUx"]
    	}
    );
    $("span.promenna").html(qRes["PodilEUx"].split(";#")[1]);

    I have tried replace jQuery instead of $, but no success.

    Am I wrong? Any idea?

    Thank You,
    Ivan

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by Zaruba.Ivan.
    in reply to: Next and previous item by ID #11807
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi Alexander,

    excellent work, that’s what I (and users of course) dreamed about.

    Thank you!

    Ivan

    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi,
    can You help me please, how to get more calculated fields (numbers) and format them to keep only two decimals?
    Is it possible to add extra button to reload Editform with recalculated fields?

    Thanks Ivan

    in reply to: DFFS sum multiple fields in a totals field #11080
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi Alexander,
    thank You, but there is a still NaN error.
    It works when I replaced lines that look up the value – like this:

    a = Number(parseFloat($("#dffs_NumField1 input").val().replace(/\s/g, "").replace(",", ".")));
    b = Number(parseFloat($("#dffs_NumField2 input").val().replace(/\s/g, "").replace(",", ".")));
    c = Number(parseFloat($("#dffs_NumField3 input").val().replace(/\s/g, "").replace(",", ".")));

    Ivan

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by Zaruba.Ivan.
    • This reply was modified 4 years, 2 months ago by Zaruba.Ivan.
    in reply to: DFFS sum multiple fields in a totals field #11058
    Zaruba.Ivan
    Participant

    Hi Alexander,

    excellent code. Thank You. It helped me a lot. How can I avoid error alert in EditForm, when it reloads original values with thousands separator?

    Ivan Zaruba

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