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I have a Payments List View layout that can be opened from any layout using:

New Window . . .
Go to Layout . . .

Except this one other List View layout. It just ends up as a new window of the same layout.

New Window . . .
Go to Layout . . . will not open any other layout.

Driving me nuts. What causes this?

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This is the new window script that works on all layouts except the Orders List layout:

Sales Orders Scripts: Sales Orders Payments: PP - Goto Payments Layout 

New Window [ Style: Document; Name: "Paypal Payments IPN"; Top: 0; Left: 300; Close: Yes; Minimize: Yes; Maximize: Yes; Zoom Control Area: Yes; Resize: Yes ] 

Go to Layout [ “Paypal Payments” (paypal_ipn_orders) ]

 

This script trigger runs on layout enter:

Sales Orders Scripts: Sales Orders Payments: PP - Open List - Adjust Window Resize to Fit Show ... 

Allow User Abort [ On

Show All Records 

Enter Find Mode [ ] 

Insert Calculated Result [ paypal_ipn_orders::creation_timestamp; " > " & Get ( CurrentDate ) - 7 ] [ Select

Perform Find [ ] 

Sort Records [ Keep records in sorted order; Specified Sort Order: Payments Status::MAP Status; descending paypal_ipn_orders::id; descending ]
[
Restore; No dialog

Scroll Window 

[ Home ] Adjust Window 

[ Resize to Fit

Move/Resize Window [ Current Window; Height: 1100

Show/Hide Toolbars 

[ Hide ] Halt Script

 

The Orders List layout also has a script trigger on layout enter:

Online Orders Scripts: OO - Open List - Adjust Window Resize to Fit Show All Records Sort Copy

Enter Find Mode [ ]
Insert Calculated Result [ rtd_orders::insert_date; " > " & Get ( CurrentDate ) - 6 ]

[ Select ] Perform Find [ ]

Sort Records [ Keep records in sorted order; Specified Sort Order: rtd_orders::order_id; descending ] [ Restore; No dialog ]

Adjust Window

[ Resize to Fit ]

Move/Resize Window [ Current Window; Height: 1100 ]

Show/Hide Toolbars

[ Hide ] Scroll Window

[ Home ] Halt Script 

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Hi cos,

Have you performed this find manually?

Have you ran the script using Script Debugger and Data Viewer?

The Show All Records is an unnecessary step, a Find looks at all records.

Use Set Field script step,  instead of Insert Calculated Result. The Insert Step requires the field to be on the current layout.

I would disable all of the unnecessary steps (i.e. window sizing, user abort, etc.) until the script performs as desired.

Lee

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I have run the Script Debugger multiple times comparing successful page and unsuccessful. It fails at line 2 of the first script. It opens the wrong layout. I can't get past that. But, I did not use the Data Viewer (doh). It is returning unusual data at line 2 which the other layouts are not. 

Name: rtd_orders::insert_date
Value: 8/18/2016
Type: Date

That's an old date.

Making your suggested changes (which i did, thanks) doesn't matter because it never gets to that script because the first script opens the wrong layout.

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Sales Orders Scripts: Sales Orders Payments: PP - Goto Payments Layout 

New Window [ Style: Document; Name: "Paypal Payments IPN"; Top: 0; Left: 300; Close: Yes; Minimize: Yes; Maximize: Yes; Zoom Control Area: Yes; Resize: Yes ] 

set variable $e1 = get last error

Go to Layout [ “Paypal Payments” (paypal_ipn_orders) ]

set variable $e2 = get last error

Exit Script

 

 

Step thru this one line at a time. What are the contents of $e1 and $e2?

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When you make a new window, the current layout is reloaded and the OnLayoutEnter script trigger fires. The Orders List layout's triggered script ends in Halt Script[]. The Halt Script[] script step ends all running scripts, such as the new window script, so you never get to the Go to Layout[].

Use Exit Script[] in place of Halt Script[] in the Order List OnLayoutEnter triggered script.

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