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Where Onchange DatePicker Request data in the MySql database and populate the DropDown menu

Thread began 9/14/2015 1:35 pm by marzio1348169 | Last modified 9/15/2015 1:20 pm by Ray Borduin | 218 views | 3 replies |

marzio1348169

Where Onchange DatePicker Request data in the MySql database and populate the DropDown menu

Hello
I have a problem with a form, which contains the following input: Departure, Arrival, Date, Time
After setting Departure and Arrival, when on enter a date in the datepicker I wish was populated the Time Dropdown menu with results from a database request depending from departure and arrival
Is it possible?
Thank you

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It is possible with AJAX... but would require some hand coding. This is something we could help you with in a 1 hour premium support ticket.

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marzio1348169

Thanks for the reply
But I thought it was possible to solve with WebAssist

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

One way it is possible is to create a new page with the second select list that is filtered by the submitted form element which is the datepicker.

Then use framework builder to add the select list to the page as a plugin inside a div with an ID.

Then use the datepicker onchange event and add the behavior: "webassist->Framework->load plugin to div" to submit the form and reload the plugin which would then be filtered by the first list.

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