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    Sorry for the confusion. The drop-down in my table has values and captions that I entered at runtime. When I ran a Connect to populate the table, it would select the correct value in the drop-down for each row, but only in Debug. Nothing would be selected in Preview.

     

    However, as I was creating a very simple form to send to show you what I was experiencing, I found my problem. My connection action returns both School Code and School Name. In my Connect behavior, I was trying to set the “all rows” for both the value AND the caption of the drop-down column. If I just set the value item, it works fine in Preview and Debug.\

     

    Sorry again for all the confusion!

    in reply to: Count all rows in table with Advanced action? #7142

    pmeidinger
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    Ah, that was much easier than I was making it. Thanks, Dennis!


    pmeidinger
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    So back to my original question: Why aren’t the drop-downs in my table being set in Preview but they are set in Debug?


    pmeidinger
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    Thanks, Dennis. We do host on premise, and our application server and Connection Agent are on one machine, and the database is on another. What do I need to do in that case?


    pmeidinger
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    Thanks for the reply, Dennis. Can you explain to me why the Connection Agent has to go out to your servers just so we can load data from our local database?

    in reply to: Integration with Google Calendar (or any other calendar) #6763

    pmeidinger
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    Thanks for the info, Dennis.

     

    What’s the purpose of having the “Time Slot” form open a new instance? Why not just do it all in the one instance?

    in reply to: "Invalid request parameters" error #6740

    pmeidinger
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    Thanks, Dennis. Usually when that happens I get an SQL error saying “unable to convert varchar to numeric” or the like. I’ll look at what’s being sent to the DB and see if there’s a type mismatch somewhere, though.

    in reply to: "Invalid request parameters" error #6741

    pmeidinger
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    I’ve found the problem. The Connect behavior is an calling an UPDATE action. When the user enters a percent sign (‘%’) in one of the Text Input fields that is part of the UPDATE, the error occurs. Sounds like a bug in the Connection Agent. How do we get around this, aside from not entering percent signs in our form?

    in reply to: V2.2 #6386

    pmeidinger
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    Thanks, Dennis. Haven’t received anything yet but I’ll keep an eye out for it.


    pmeidinger
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    Ah, good plan. Thanks, Dennis!

    in reply to: V2.2 #6382

    pmeidinger
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    Thanks, Dennis. Do I put in a request through the support form?

    in reply to: V2.2 #6380

    pmeidinger
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    Dennis, do you know the ETA for 2.2? We’ve been holding off updating to 2.1 because we thought 2.2 was almost ready, but if it’s going to be a while we’ll upgrade to 2.1 so we can use some of those enhancements. Thanks!

    in reply to: Email server problems—can notifications be resent? #6290

    pmeidinger
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    Thanks, Dennis, I’ll give that a shot!

    in reply to: PF Tables and States #6251

    pmeidinger
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    Dennis, do you know if dynamic states on table columns is on the PerfectForms roadmap? That would be helpful to us as well, as would dyanamically generating a drop-down list that is a table column.

    in reply to: Sorting Table #6182

    pmeidinger
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    Here’s a quick-and-dirty test form I came up with that will sort number or date columns in a table:

    //www.dropbox.com/s/uus4rw7odyv7tp0/Sort%20Test.pf

    Just click the + button on the table on the left to add rows with random numbers and dates, then click either of the Sort buttons to sort them in the table on the right. I haven’t figured out a way to sort strings yet.

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