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Hi All,

I have struct with a problem, i have a base document (Request)where it has a field "No of Openings" and it has some integer value.

I need to copy this to the target document(Post) and this to another target document(Interview).

In the Interview document i have the field "Selected Candidates" with some integer value.

I have given the logic as the, no of openings (request) - selected candidates(interview) to be stored in the no of openings in the request and i have given this logic in the FormDataLoad event but i dont want to perform this logic every time it loads.

I dont know where to give this logic 😔

Help me solving this issue.


Jananisuba S

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2013 at 01:21 AM

    Hi Jana,

    My suggestion is to calculate only when there is a change in the selected candidates figure.

    In your document life cycle, there should be a state when this candidate is selected and your document will be updated/added with a status 'selected'.

    When such a type of document is posted, do the calculation.

    The event would be in OnAfterDataAdd or OnAfterDataUpdate (depending on your logic).

    Calculate the no of openings (request) - selected candidates(interview) here

    And store it somewhere in table.



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