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Re-use textbox value in Javascript to create dynamic list

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Hello,

I upgrade in 4.8 to be able to use dynamical list from textbox.

I want to use value in textbox in a javascript to create a dynamical list with this script. I know manage scripts but I don't know the syntax in javascript to get the textbox value.

PS : I suppose that the answer is in the Dynamic Options and Cascading Lists white paper for 4.80 version but I don't find it.

 

Thks.

Nicolas

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Re: Re-use textbox value in Javascript to create dynamic lis

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It's like for dynamic list in 4.70.

In Configure Paramates, write an alias (i.e. Paramter Name, by example "login") and a parameter value like [CLIENT:Name of the Property which depends].

In th JS file, to obtain the parameter value :

var myvalue = request.login;

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Re: Re-use textbox value in Javascript to create dynamic lis

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It's like for dynamic list in 4.70.

In Configure Paramates, write an alias (i.e. Paramter Name, by example "login") and a parameter value like [CLIENT:Name of the Property which depends].

In th JS file, to obtain the parameter value :

var myvalue = request.login;

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