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Am I being stupid!!??

Thread began 6/27/2013 5:56 am by Banksie | Last modified 6/27/2013 8:37 am by Banksie | 581 views | 3 replies


Am I being stupid!!??

I haven't used the Dynamic Dropdowns extension for a while but it fits a project I'm currently involved in perfectly. I've reviewed the help files to build & populate my parent, child and target lists but am struggling to figure out how, on submitting the form, to get each individual selection from the target list (there may be up to 20) to list in the next part of the process (which, effectively creates a "pick list" of the required products for dispatch).

Is it starightforward and something that I've stupidly missed? Or is it case of getting hands-on with the JavaScript to strip out what's required from the array before submitting the form and the resulting multiple selections?

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