sorry, I have trouble understanding your issue, what is it exactly you’re trying to do?
For example users in the “To” field enter “100” and I need to read that value as well as all other values. I hope I explained myself.
include. It’s working for edit form to. Look at documentation:
Example for field
- for jquery library:
Did you search that?
In this way I can take the values that are inserted in the modules?
I would need to know the values that the user enters when creating a new offer (I’m referring to my case), so I don’t understand where I should get them I think from the php file?
this would return the actual value that the user entered in the current description field, like so:
I think that understand you. You should use ajax for call
entryPoint of SuiteCRM. Look at the documentation for start:
Thanks now I’ll read the guide, try and let you know if it worked
Hi I have read the guide but I don’t understand how entry points can help me in what I need. Could you please explain me better?
I created a small jsfiddle for you, that is basically what I’ve tried to explain earlier:
https://jsfiddle.net/ncpf36mg/11/ -> add something in the first two fields and the concatenation is shown in the third field.
this shows how you can add a listener to some fields and insert a calculated value back to the UI, the same code works when you use proper Suite-IDs instead.
E: btw, if you’re not familiar with JS/Jquery, also test the same fiddle with
$('#output').val(parseInt($('#f1_input').val()) + parseInt($('#f2_input').val()));
Now I try and let you know even if I warn you I am not very familiar with suitecrm. Thank for your help!
Right click in a field and select “inspect”. Within the HTML area you should see the field definition and its id (I’m currently on a mobile, but I can provide Screenshots tomorrow). But usually, the technical field name that you can see in the studio equals the id.
Yes, and you can test your script in your browser console first.
can you show us what you got so far?