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Email from dynamic dropdown list

Thread began 7/30/2010 12:04 pm by christina.elissa4324782 | Last modified 8/16/2010 3:30 pm by christina.elissa4324782 | 1462 views | 14 replies

christina.elissa4324782

I have changed the list into a plain select list and still nothing.

I am confused as to how to get the the email(s) to be the value(s) of the target list. The dynamic dropdown works in the sense that I see the email as the value in the child list. I can then add and remove the email from the child list into the target list. Isn't that in itself putting the email as the value? Isn't this done with the create child array? I have also tried putting the Set Selected In List behavior on the body tag and then I tried putting it on the target list ( I even tried the child list ) but I am confused as to what the value should be; I have tried both the email from the Child record-set and the target list itself.

In the Getting Started guide, it mentions using dynamic dropdowns in this way, but didn't give further instruction. Is there a step I am missing with the dynamic drop downs for implementing this to email?

I have included the file again just in case.
I hope I am correct in understanding that you are continuing forum-based support in addition to charged technical support and that you will be able to help me.

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email_general.php.zip

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