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Betreff: Need a Date Time Field to be locked upon 1st tim... - Adobe LiveCycle 22-04-2020
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Betreff: Need a Date Time Field to be locked upon 1st tim... - Adobe LiveCycle 21-04-2020
Hi Radzmar, Thanks for the response, I really really appreciate it. Like I said, I'm pretty new at this. So I've taken what did look like this: topmostSubform.Page1.DateTimeField1::initialize - (JavaScript, client)//+ GENERATED - DO NOT EDIT (ID:B8F51925-FDEE-463A-A99D-9ECC39F9124A CRC:1146231519)//+ Type: Action//+ Result1: SetFieldValue("$Node1","totoday","")//+ Node1: topmostSubform[0].Page1[0].DateTimeField1[0]//+ Condition1: DateField("$Node1","initialized","")//+ ActionName: DateTimeField1...

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Need a Date Time Field to be locked upon 1st time initialization and never changed again - Adobe LiveCycle 21-04-2020
Hi, I am a complete novice with all of this, so please pretend I'm 5 years old. I have a Purchase Request form that gets circulated around my company. A user has the form generator on their desktop and one of the fields is a date/time field that I use to create a "serial number" for traceability. I've assigned it an action to return a serial number in the following format: //+ ActionName: DateTimeField1.initializethis.resolveNode("$").rawValue = util.printd("yyyy-mm-dd", new Date());//-this.reso...

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