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I'm using some script to direct users to different layouts when the access my database via WebDirect. At the moment all users are directed to one of two layouts using the following
#t ( Case ( APP__Application::Type = "Long" ; "Application Detail WEB" ; "Application Detail Rapid WEB" ) )
What I actually need to happen is that when a "reviewer" logs in they are directed to "Application Detail Review WEB" for everyone else the above code is correct.
Any help would be much appreciated.
I’m trying to create an interface that will find all entries in the month specified in the script parameter. If the user selects the Sep button, I want the script to query a date field for “2017-09-01…2017-09-30”. This works correctly when I do it manually, and a case statement correctly builds this string in the variable $_range. But when I try to script the query as follows:
Enter Find Mode [Pause: Off]
Set Field [Calendar::calDate; $_range]
Perform Find [ ]
it consistently throws a 500 error, even though I’ve set no validation restrictions.
Set Field [Calendar::calDate; “\” & $_range & \””] does not resolve the problem.
Can anyone troubleshoot this, or suggest an entirely better method?
Hi there. I have a list view layout that gets saved to PDF and print.
On my computer everything looks good. However, on clients computer, the right side is cut off.
I have the margin view showing and everything seems to be within the lines.
I am using windows and client on Apple.
I have been asked to set up something that will send out email automaticly when the date in the "review date" field is 14 days prior to the current date, can someone help me with a script that would be able to perfom this task? I have also created and email field that will hold the email address.
Hi Guys, Just a quick question for a beginner, I have created multiple export scripts, and notice that when I create a master script with the numerous subscripts being called, sometimes the output isnt correct, whereas when I run each script one by one (rather than lots of subscripts within a master script) the final result is fine. Could there be anything wrong with using subscripts for this?
Should I always have an Exit Script step at the end of each subscript? I hope that makes sense