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fill multiple fields using a dropdown?

Thread began 5/20/2020 9:24 am by SCar87011738 | Last modified 5/21/2020 9:04 am by Ray Borduin | 141 views | 1 replies |


fill multiple fields using a dropdown?

All all,
I have a form with, say, 10 fields.
The first one is a select menu.
Selecting an option in the select should fill all other 9 fields with the data related to the first select.

I think I need to use the Framework plug-in.
In the parent file I put the first select.
In the child (plug-in) page I put all 9 fields.
In the plug-in page I would add a recordset filtering my table by the parameter passed by the parent page.
Then the plug-in fields should be set as read-only to do not allow the user to edit them.
Would this work?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes that would work.

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