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Re: How can I check if validations was Successful on Form - Adobe LiveCycle 11-10-2013
I solved my own problem and thought I would post the code in case it helps someone else: //Validate the entire form. If there are no validation errors then//send this email if ( xfa.form.execValidate() == true ) } else {}

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How can I check if validations was Successful on Form - Adobe LiveCycle 11-10-2013
Hello,I have a Button on my form and I have the code : xfa.form.execValidate(); my additional code .... ;If this validation is successful (but only if it is successful then I want this button to run addtional code. Currently the way I have it, the form does the vaidation properly, but then it always runs this additional code. How can I do a check to say if validation successful then turn additional code?thx for any help.

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Re: Standard Message Box does not appear when I script a field to be mandatory - Adobe LiveCycle 08-08-2013
Thx for the Reply Bibhu,Your examples are helpful, but unfortunately my scenario gets a lot more complicated. I had just posted a small section of it. I was hoping to not have to do a seperate message box or app.alert. It is looking like I will have to. I do think I may be able to use some of your code example though for something else. thx!

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Standard Message Box does not appear when I script a field to be mandatory - Adobe LiveCycle 07-08-2013
I am trying to create some code (Javascript) to say if the Contact # is Null then make the 2 fields below mandatory. This code works, the only problem is that it does not put up the Standard message "First name: cannot be left Blank that I would get if I just did this in the Designer tool itself. When I run the form, I make sure that the Contact # is empty and then I make sure either the First Name (Favor) or Last Name (Fanam) is empty. Based on which one is empty it should say "????" cannot be ...

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Re: JavaScript: Help with IF Statement - Adobe LiveCycle 02-08-2013
Thank-you!! I knew it was simple. I did have the { in other things I tried, but I must have removed them at somepoint in trying to get other things to work. And for us folks who have been around for a while it is just insstinctive to put an endif in

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JavaScript: Help with IF Statement - Adobe LiveCycle 01-08-2013
I am not familar with Java and I have been fighting with this IF statement and I cannot get it to work. I am sure it is something fairly basic. Can anyone help? I have seeminly tried everything. In this example below I am trying to check if the data the user has entered in the FAVOR field is AAA and if it is then put up a message and if it isn't then put up a different message. My top node in my hierarcy is data and then I have a MainSubform and then a Contact02Subform. I have this code attached...

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Re: Abode Reader Version - is there a way to check what version the user is using? - Adobe LiveCycle 25-06-2013
Thank-you! I was sure it must have been covered before but could not find it.

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Abode Reader Version - is there a way to check what version the user is using? - Adobe LiveCycle 25-06-2013
If I am concerned about what version of Abode Reader a user has then I know that I can put up a message box saying "You must be at version XX" or something like that. Does anyone know if their is a way to actually check the version a user is running and to put a message indicating it is outdated and they must update it?

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Re: How to count Records in a Table and/or Form - Adobe LiveCycle 25-06-2013
I was over complicating things and I found a simple answer to my Problem. I am doing this Form on SAP with Livecyle so here is what I didIn the Form Interface I created a global variable called gv_count. Then in the Form Interface Initialization I added this code: describe table bookings LINES gv_count.And then in the form I just had to add gv_count to the context and then bind this to the field I want to do the count in

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Re: How to count Records in a Table and/or Form - Adobe LiveCycle 21-06-2013
thx for the reply, I don't seem to be able to get it to work. Just to try your suggestion with a simple form I made a copy of SAP's FP_TEST_03_TABLE and here is what I did. I defined the variable vcnt in the form properties data.Main.BookingsBody.BookingsLine.CARRID::calculate - (FormCalc, client) var vcnt = $.data.Main.BookingsBody.ResolveNodes("BookingsLine[*]").length I added a text field Just below the Table and before the Sum Called MyCount with this code data.Main.MyCount::ready:form - (Fo...

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