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Dear experts,

I am evaluating the cloud edition of Joget. Ran into trouble while developing a CRUD element for providing 'Edit' option to an already submitted form.

1- I have a select box element in the form and a value has been set during initial record creation via form.

2.When the same record has been pulled via CRUD for editing, the previously set value has not been showing there any more.

So, If i haven't manually set the value again, it takes some junk characters as its value instead of persisting the initially set value

 

Any thoughts on how to assure consistency by keeping the value intact?

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

 

Cheers,

Rash.

 

 

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      Thanks for checking Anders.. Here are the detailed steps to replicate the issue.

       

      1-Create a form with a select box value(label "Batch" in form 'profile-entry' ,in my case)

      2-Choose 'default form option binder' for this element and add a text filed from another form.( A field 'batch_name' of the form 'batch_creation')

      3.add few records

      4.Create a datalist for the first form with fields such as first name,last name, batch name etc as columns to display.

      5.Create a CRUD element(Label "Edit Fellow Profile" in the user view linking the data list created above and form created at step1 as source for Edit operation.

      6.Launch the app and click on Edit on a record created earlier

      7.You would see the 'Batch name' value displayed as the first item in the list rather than the one you chose during your initial form input.

      8.If you go to Edit mode intending to change some other value and ignore this element, you will get some junk value against your 'Batch name' post edit.

       

      The trick however is, every time you open the record in edit mode, you will have to remember the original value for 'batch name' and update it accordingly. Else, this will give you major headache.

      Hope this gives you better picture (smile).

       

      PS: Screenshots attached.

      Cheers,

      Rash.

       

       

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        Hi, there isn't enough information to know what is causing your issue. You might want to share more detailed steps on reproducing your problem?

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