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How do I get the onchange value of a straight table in qlikview in vbscript?

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How do I get the onchange value of a straight table in qlikview in vbscript?
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by:Rob
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Onchange, what is changing?  Are you running this in qlikview or a browser?
What are you trying to achieve by detecting the change event?
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by:cbrune
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a field in the straight table that is a input field labeled text.. i want to get the value of the input field in the straight table that is changed
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i don't think you can.  You can get the onchange event for the table but I'm not sure that is going to help?
What version of Qlikview are you running?
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by:cbrune
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v11 sr2
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Do you have a sample file I could take a look at?  the input field... did you set this up as a document variable?
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