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Jul
13
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
Yes :) Once again thanks.
Jul
13
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
Yesterday i solved the problem, it's a little embarrassing. Although JQuery add 1.5.2 inside of the file. It must had been modified. I re-download it from the site, and SPServices is now working ok. Thanks for your support (and time) Marc, i really appreciate it :)
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
If you prefer i can open a thread on the forum of the project. Yes, it does have, it looks like these: <form name="aspnetForm" method="post" action="NewForm_CST.aspx?List=0a1089a2-45d4-4e57-9ceb-229d84e86a10&amp;RootFolde‌​r=%2fdivisaojuridica%2fportal%2fpedidos%2fLists%2fpedidos&amp;Source=h ttp%3a%2f%2fdwtestes.portal.dev%2fdivisaojuridica%2fportal%2fpedidos%2fLists%2fp‌​edidos%2fAllItems.aspx" onsubmit="javascript:return WebForm_OnSubmit();" id="aspnetForm">
Jul
11
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
The variable newAction has the following value: h ttp://dwtestes.portal.dev/divisaojuridica/portal/pedidos/Lists/pedidos/NewForm_C‌​ST.aspx?List=0a1089a2-45d4-4e57-9ceb-229d84e86a10&RootFolder=/divisaojuridica/por‌​tal/pedidos/Lists/pedidos&Source=h ttp://dwtestes.portal.dev/divisaojuridica/portal/pedidos/Lists/pedidos/NewForm_C‌​ST.aspx?ID=41%26RealSource=h ttp://dwtestes.portal.dev/divisaojuridica/portal/pedidos/Lists/pedidos/AllItems.‌​aspx
Jul
11
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
The query string looks like this after commit: ?List=0a1089a2%2D45d4%2D4e57%2D9ceb%2D229d84e86a10&RootFolder=%2Fdivisaojuridica‌​%2Fportal%2Fpedidos%2FLists%2Fpedidos&Source=http%3A%2F%2Fdwtestes%2Eportal%2Edev‌​%2Fdivisaojuridica%2Fportal%2Fpedidos%2FLists%2Fpedidos%2FAllItems%2Easpx (Thanks, sorry for the delay)
Jul
9
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
I'm using JQuery 1.5.2 and SPServices 0.6.2. It doesn't enter in that section, which i assume it should after the user click on the save button. Maybe it's related with the dataform webpart?
Jul
8
awarded  Supporter
Jul
8
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
Thanks for the feedback. I debugged the function SPRedirectWithID, and my problem is it doesn't enter in the second cycle: As you state in the code: "If this is the load after the item is saved, wait until the new item has been saved (commits are asynchronous), // then do the redirect to redirectUrl with the new lastID, passing along the original Source. " Any idea?
Jul
8
accepted Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
Jul
7
comment Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
Thanks AlexSSE, please check the update.
Jul
7
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Jul
7
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Jul
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asked Use SPServices.SPRedirectWithID in a custom new form
Apr
18
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Apr
18
comment Why can't I update an SPView query?
Ok, thanks for the advice. I'll add that.
Apr
18
awarded  Scholar
Apr
18
accepted Why can't I update an SPView query?
Apr
18
comment Why can't I update an SPView query?
That was the answer! :) Thanks
Apr
18
comment Why can't I update an SPView query?
Thanks for the feedback, however i can't use the foreach, it retrieves an exception since it changes the original collection (Exception: Collection was modified; enumeration operation may not execute.) But you have a good point there, i'm gonna try to get the view by name.