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Re: GuideBridge: Detect any changes on an Adaptive form on the front-end
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Hi Lavanya, Thank you for the response. I was intending for that approach to be my last resort, since we have a lot of add/remove row buttons. I was hoping there would be some Guidebridge API that allows me to listen on all instanceManagers without resorting to manual rules per each table – much like how "elementValueChanged" allows me to bulk listen on changes without creating any additional rule per each field.

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Hi all, I have a small question regarding the guidebridge API. I want to be able to detect any data changes on the UI of an Adaptive form as users modify the form. I use guideBridge.on("elementValueChanged", callback) which successfully detects data changes, but fails to detect removal of rows in tables. Is there a general way of detecting any changes on Adaptive forms programmatically (including removal of rows)?

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Re: Usage of SQL2 distinct is not returning unique values
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This is not the case because CRXDE filters the results on the JS level to omit duplicates. You can validate that by observing the sentence that says “# results” under the list of nodes is larger than the number of nodes presented, or by checking the JSON response after hitting the “execute” button. The best way to test this I think is to use the QueryManager API. Thanks so much for checking 🙂

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Hey all, I have the following SQL2 query where I am retrieving documents that have an associated notification. Users have notification nodes under their home path directory, with a documentPath attribute containing the path to the document. Users can have multiple notification nodes referencing the same document path. Is there a way to retrieve the list of unique document paths (no duplicates) of these documents? Currently, the below simple query will return duplicate documents if there are mult...

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