I have a script object that populates fields. There are two arrays, one for dates and one for values.
Snippet of script object:
//Array of closing dates.
var closingDate =new Array("",
//Array of closing values.
var closingValue =new Array(null,
//Populate the Closing Value fields
function getValue(ClosingDate, ClosingValue)
for (i = 0; i < closingDate.length; i++)
if (closingDate[i] == ClosingDate)
ClosingValue.rawValue = closingValue[i];
Only certain dates and values are displayed in the form. The other dates and values are needed to calculate values during the year. For instance, there is a field with the date of 1/3/2011 and another populated with the value of 1271.89; a field with 1/3/2012 and another populated with a value of 1227.06 (from the script object). I would like a field to calculate the values between 1/3/2011 and 1/3/2012. I don’t want to have a field for each date between 1/3/2011 and 1/3/2012 and fields for each value because I would have hundreds of fields for dates and hundreds of fields for values. Is there a way to pull multiple values from the script object and then add them together to display the total in a field?
Parts of the form to hopefully show what I’m trying to do:
The user enters a date in the “Issued on” field. I have a script in each “Ending Date” field that adds one year and also calls the script object to find the Ending Date and then populate the “Closing Value” field. I need to total all closing values from 10/21/2011 to 10/21/2012; total all closing values from 10/21/2012 to 10/21/2013 and so on. There would be hundreds of closing values to add together because there is a closing value for each date in the year - which are stored in the script object. If I were to use another function in the script object like getTotal(startDate, endDate), how do I get all of the closing values from a start date to an end date?