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trigger script upon entering or leaving a field

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Hi,

what I would like to do is have a script executed everytime a user is entering a field or leaving a field (in order to generate a history or audit trail of who has done what when).

So far I have seen audit trails based on evaluations (calculations) but would prefer a scripted solution.

Any ideas?

Thank you!

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you can always use a auto-enter field that stores the user's name/date on modification of that record

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You will have to use a plugin such as event script or zippscript to run a script upon leaving a fie;d.

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Hi Genx,

I would prefer to do it with scripts, however, I cannot find a trigger that executes a script once the user enters or leaves a field. It seems to be able only with buttons.

Cheers,

Berny

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ups-sorry

I did not realize that Do Script is another plugin to fire scripts.

I have encountered one problem though:

The user clicks into a field, which triggers the script I want to run. But when the user just clicks into any other field directly the script for leaving the first field will not execute. Is there a way to force the user to click out of the first field (to leave the first field) before any other field can be accessed?

Thank you!

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