I can achieve this with a process to update the fields but this only works when you save a record, as the topic field needs a value before it can be saved I would prefure to use java script to update on screen. Sign up today x. Hi Rikin, thanks for above could you please explain step by step or point me to a guide somewhere? Thanks for your help. Please go through below link to add js library to CRM form. Potential customer You need to get all 3 fields' values to call the function.
The function reads all the parameters and concatenates them and set the value to the "Topic" field. The function should be called when any value is changed on any of these 3 fields onchange event.
You will find it in attribute property window. Let me know if you need any help. Hi almost there have an issue with the other two fields please see attached, they show as [object Object] [Object Object] Thanks Capture1.
I remember you mentioned 2 option sets. Thanks it is actually two lookup fields I have the issue with the option set is working ok. I thought the lookups are just normal text fields? It depends on the business requirements. Lookups contains the details of relationships.
It contains primary id of the related entity and the default field of an entity. I sorry still get the same [object Object] [Object Object] for the potential customer default field.
Please attach your code here. Thank you for all of your help. A common requirement is for the values in one option set to be filtered by the choice of a value in another option set.
But having the ability to break this down into 3 optionsets can be a valuable feature. The label values are included to make the document easier to edit but are not used in the script that filters the options. In the Onload event for the account form, configure the event handler to call the SDK.
Use the field on the Handler Properties dialog box to enter: In the comma separated list of parameters that will be passed to the function text box enter: Login or register for access. Latest Newer Older Oldest Archive. The idea here is to provide a generic, reusable JScript library that can used for any pair of option set fields. It allows for a chain of dependent option set fields.