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  1. Hi, My app needs to automatically calculate the number of sheets of paper a print job will need so the requesting department can be charged accurately. Most of my calculations work fine, but if the original document has an odd number of sheets, and the job requires going from 1-sided copies to 2-sided, I end up with an odd number of sides, and there's no such thing as a one-sided sheet of paper (Moebius strips not withstanding). Example: Original has 3 single-sided sheets and the job wants them converted to double-sided. 3 / 2 = 1.5 sheets, which means 3 sides will be used.
  2. If I use this URL: "http://myIPaddress/SuperContainer/Files/Jobs/1786?style=listview+noapplet+left+notitle&height=64&width=64" It shows the icon just fine, but there is a buffer to the left that I'd like to get rid of, so the icon is as far up and to the left as possible. Here's how it is now: Can this be done?
  3. Hi, I'm trying to work SuperContainer into a FM list view, and I'd like it to snow a small (15 x 15 px, maybe?) icon if there is a file uploaded for that record, and nothing if there is not. Can anyone help with this? Thanks!
  4. For anyone else who has this problem, it appears to be an issue Java in a proxied environment.
  5. I'm having the exact same problem. I'm using the latest version of Supercontainer as a standalone, and it fails to run on XP PCs running Internet Explorer with Java 6 Update 11 or 12. This is the error: I have tried different ports, but under Java 6 Updates 11 and 12, it is always the same. Supercontainer does work, however, if I roll back client PC Java to Java 6 Update 7. Firefox seems to be OK, regardless of the Java update version. We cannot, however, ask our staff to use Firefox for some applications and IE for others.
  6. Sorry, I should have been much more specific. The script I was trying to use would allow me to drop down the calendar, but the field remained blank when I clicked on a date. I've done some more thinking and the PHP API just won't work for what I need to do. I have found a way to do it easily with IWP. Just a classic case of staring too long at something and not seeing the obvious. Thanks for taking the time, though!
  7. I'm using the PHP site assistant to create the framework for my "create a new record" page, and I'd like to have a drop-down calendar for selecting a "need by" date for the new record. I know there are javascript solutions for normal HTML forms, but I'm having problems integrating them with our PHP forms. Can anyone point me in the right direction here? Thanks!
  8. Thanks - Actually, I just solved it with a simple CASE function, which should have been obvious. The rates don't change very often (once a year, tops), so changing it in the CASE function is fairly easy. It would probably be better to have a RATES table, though. I'll put that on my 'to-do' list.
  9. This is probably very simple, and I'm probably over explaining it here, but I'm drawing a blank. My DB is for copyshop job tickets. I have a radio button set with 6 options for users to select the type of paper they want (plain letter, cardstock letter, plain legal, etc). The copyshop charges a rate for each paper type, but some of the rates are the same for different types - ie colored letter paper is the same rate as plain letter and the same rate as plain legal (.006 cents per sheet). The DB needs to record the paper type and assign the rate in a separate field for the same recor
  10. Hi, I've got a FMP DB for our school's tech repair requests, and I set up a search page in the PHP Site Assistant that is supposed sort the results by job ticket number, descending, so the most recent job ticket is displayed at the top. However, the record list page always sorts it ascending - most recent at the bottom. I can click the ticket number column header to get the proper sort, but I'd rather not make my users have to do that (we've got over 14000 job tickets in the system). Any advice?
  11. Solved by problem by (duh!) creating a search page with the PHP Site Assistant. :
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