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Multiple Submit buttons in Adobe form !

Hello Experts,

Scenario :

Form has Material number as input field and Material description should get automatically populated( maybe as a script or button , dont know yet ). Then the form is to be submitted at the backend.

I have created an Adobe interactive form with Multiple Submit buttons( one is Submit toSAP) button , other is a normal pushbutton( for Material desc to be populated ) . I have been able to Submit data at backend.

But problem is there is only one event on the Interactive form UI element properties.

Please suggest how to achieve the above ? via script or sm code in web dynpro ?

System Config : WAS 6.4 / SP12 .

Need a quick resolution. Generous points for help.

Regards,

Sonika

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    Posted on May 26, 2008 at 11:09 AM

    Hi Sonica,

    define the user event in the mousedown .

    and execute the event on click.

    regards,

    Sithi

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      Hi,

      code as below in the mousedown.

      $record.CONTROL_PARAM.ISR_EVENT = "................"

      code as below in the click

      ContainerFoundation_JS.SendMessageToContainer(event.target, "submit", "", "", "", "");

      Regards,

      Sithi

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    Posted on May 26, 2008 at 01:50 PM

    Hi Sithi,

    Thanks for the pointer.

    I am getting the following error, I have used ISR control button .

    Scrip error : language is formcalc, context is xfa[0].form[0].#subform[0].ISR_FormEventButton[0].script = // set ISR event for badi processing in backend.

    $record.control_param.ISR_EVENT = ''Custom_event".

    Error : accessor $record.control_param.ISR_EVENT is unknown.

    Request you to kindly advice.

    Regards,

    Sonika

    Edited by: Sonika Kapil on May 26, 2008 3:50 PM

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