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    Anyone tried putting a checkboxfield on each row of complextable field or dataobjectmanager? Link to this post

    Anyone tried putting a checkboxfield on each row of complextable field or dataobjectmanager? Such as using a checkbox to turn on and off status or featured project without having to load up the popup could just scrolll down the page and hit the relevant checkboxes then hit the save button. Similar to the way email programs work. Not sure if this is a really simple extra or a big hack but just wondering about other people's experience cause I couldn't see a simple way to do it. Thanks

    Will

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    Re: Anyone tried putting a checkboxfield on each row of complextable field or dataobjectmanager? Link to this post

    It doesn't work that way.. yet.

    Coming down the pike is a feature commissioned by forum member Nick Jacobs, who has requested a button in the list view to set a record to "status = 'approved'". This will be accomplished by allowing dataobjects to have their own DOM actions, so you would be able to accomplish what you want with that feature. That upgrade is expected to roll into the trunk by the end of next week.

  • vancouverWill
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    Re: Anyone tried putting a checkboxfield on each row of complextable field or dataobjectmanager? Link to this post

    Okay awesome. I saw a tutorial on how to put an image in each row and had that working and was messing around with putting in different data in there so thought a form would be a possible addition. Looking forward to seeing when it becomes part of the trunk. Thanks

    Will

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