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 5/16/2014 6:34 PM  
 
You can create your own javascript function in the user control that you need it.  In the body of the function, you get the DOM object using the typicall document.getElementById() method.  The best way to get the field name is to use ASP.NET to output the filed name using the standard ....
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 5/13/2014 8:59 PM  
 
You can download the Community Edition from this web site: http://www.splendidcrm.com/OpenSource... You will be sent links to the full install, but all you need to do is run the Upgrade installer.   
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 Forum: Developers
 5/13/2014 8:57 PM  
 
Yes, you have to create the table and those stored procedures.  Then run ~/_devtools/Procedures.aspx to update the SqlProcs.cs file. As for the audit table, you can run the stored procedure spSqlBuildAllAuditTables to do that.  
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 Forum: Developers
 4/7/2014 10:48 PM  
 
The table name does not matter, CONVOCATORIES_ACCOUNTS or ACCOUNTS_CONVOCATORIES.  The view name should always follow the convention of primary_secondary, so the list of Convocatories in an account would be vwACCOUNTS_CONVOCATORIES.  The list of accounts in a convocatory would be vwCONV...
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 Forum: Developers
 4/7/2014 7:14 PM  
 
The quick solution would be to start with the Contracts.ascx user control in the Accounts folder, copy it and rename all occurrences of Contracts to Convocatories.  Then create the view vwACCOUNTS_CONVOCATORIES similar to how we created vwACCOUNTS_CONTRACTS.  Lastly, you will need to cr...
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