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Retrieving field values from documents on forms.

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hi,

i want to retrieve a field value from a stored document to a form automatically when it is opened in a browser.

Any ideas appreciated.


thanks,
J
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by:madheeswar
ID: 11867194
Use Query_String and Query_Decoded fields

Pass the required parameter to the URL after ?openform&parameter=urparameneter

Check help for more info on this fields

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by:Bozzie4
ID: 11867627
Use

- @dblookup
- @getdocfield

depending on how you know which document's data to retrieve (if you know the documentuniqueid, and the data to retrieve is in the same database, use @getdocfield)

cheers,

Tom
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by:Zvonko
ID: 11869008
Hello J,
beside that you have to check the Form property "FormulaInheritValuesFromSelectedDocument" you have also to use a @formula on the Form where your stored document is displayed.
The formula to open the new form is this:
@Command([Compose];"";"ApplyJobs")

And your ApplyJobs Form needs in the destination Field a DefaultValue formula.
The formula is the name of the Filed from where the old value needs to be inherited.
So your "Subject" Field on the ApplyJobs Form needs this DefaultValue formula: company



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by:Sjef Bosman
ID: 11869176
Hi Jaggernat,

Your question is too vague to allow proper answers, that's why you get a lot of guessed responses. Could you be more precise as to what you want?

Sjef
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by:Zvonko
ID: 11869230
Sjef, my answer was no guess ;-)
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by:Zvonko
ID: 11869314
Hello J, your Form "JobPosting" still has not the @formula for the ApplyForThisJobPosition.jpg
To put my formula behind the image you have to define a rectangle over the image.
And for that HotspotRectangle can have this Formula: @Command([Compose];"";"ApplyJobs")

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by:Zvonko
ID: 11869871
Sorry, the Compose formula needs to be this in a web application (even when it worked in my web test with the upper formula):
@Command([Compose];"ApplyJobs")

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by:jaggernat
ID: 11875972
What do you mean by defining rectangle???? i selected  the ApplyForThisJobPosition.jpg image first and then: create hotspot -> link hotspot ->named element ->  form-> apply jobs..


IS that what you meant?

thanks,
J
 
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Zvonko earned 1000 total points
ID: 11876021
The method like you open the form does NOT pass to the ApplyJobs form the parent document id.
Do it with the AddHotspotRectangle option like I proposed and you will see that parent document values are inherited.

You get the AddHotspotRectangle when you riht click with your mouse on the image. The option is then in the popup context menu.


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by:jaggernat
ID: 11876028
bingo !  tried and worked ...full points to you sir.

thanks,
J

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by:Zvonko
ID: 11876064
Thanks for points.

What timezone are you in? I am located in Munich and has now to go to bed :)
Can we do your user profile redirection tomorrow?

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by:jaggernat
ID: 11876106
ok ...i m in the US .and its 6.pm now ... we can do the redirection tomorrow...

thanks zvonko...

I am jay.

Good night..

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by:Zvonko
ID: 11876126
Good night jay. See you tomorrow.
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by:Sjef Bosman
ID: 11882845
Hi Zvonko, I should not have reacted before reading the other questions by Jay. There's a history in every question, I suppose. I just came back from my holiday, saw the first question and coudn't resist replying to it. Won't happen again. Hopefully ;)

Had a nice drop of rain in Munch? Donnerwetter!
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by:Sjef Bosman
ID: 11882854
Munich, of course.
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by:jaggernat
ID: 11883189
Thank you :-)

-J
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by:Zvonko
ID: 11884290
Hey, Donnerwetter! Cool! But unfortunately you are right: Last year we had more then perfect summer, so now this year we got NO summer, only Donnerwetter :-)
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