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09-09-2009 12:54 PM

     Is there a way of clicking back to the search results after going to the details page? 

    I cant see any thing for this and if you click back on the browser it throws "webpage expired" screen.

    A back link would be a good option to have.

    Ideas or patches?

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    09-09-2009 01:17 PM
    Well, on your Details template, you could try creating a hyperlink back to the tabID of your Search page. Perhaps this will work. -- David
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    09-09-2009 01:28 PM
    Seems very odd that there wouldn't be a back link built in. Its pretty elementary that any user would want to click back to results 90% of the time.

    In the meantime how would I go about making that hyperlink? What is the url token i should use?
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    09-10-2009 07:13 AM
    Well, look at the URL of your search page that you want to return to, what is it? Try using that as the hyperlink. -- David
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    09-10-2009 07:14 AM
    Well, look at the URL of your search page that you want to return to, what is it? Try using that as the hyperlink. -- David
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    05-12-2010 12:42 PM
    Okay so here is the issue. You can go back to the search PAGE but not to the search RESULTS. The user then has to go through and choose criteria all over again. Is there a javascript or something that will go back to the search results? I used Go back and that also just returned to the page. I have a client that is very frustrated by this.
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    05-18-2010 03:19 PM
    I am not sure if its a token or not but I know you can create a 'Back' hyperlink with the JavaScript to go back.

    I believe the JavaScript is history.go(-1). You can check the hyperlink example here though: http://www.crowderassoc.com/javascr...utton.html


    You could make this a hyperlink, an image, or really anything you wanted... We will review adding enhancements to make this a token for future versions though.

    -Chad
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    03-03-2011 11:38 AM
    I use the method mentioned above and it works great. I believe you can use either

    javascript:history.go(-1) or
    javascript:history.back()

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    03-03-2011 12:52 PM
    Hello Kellyo,

    Glad to hear you have two methods to achieve the same functionality. When coding in a language, there are usually more than 10 different ways to get the same results you wanted.

    If you ever have any questions please let us know.

    Thanks,

    Ryan
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    04-04-2011 06:02 AM
    Posted By sentient on 05-12-2010 02:42
    Okay so here is the issue. You can go back to the search PAGE but not to the search RESULTS. The user then has to go through and choose criteria all over again. Is there a javascript or something that will go back to the search results? I used Go back and that also just returned to the page. I have a client that is very frustrated by this.


    Is there a solution for the search results Problem posted by sentient?
    With many filters and dozens of results you realy don't want to choose criteria all over again every time you looked at the details page....

    Thank you
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    04-04-2011 08:27 AM
    Hello Sean,

    In your back link you can provide querystring parameters that have the same search field name as your search fields and also pass the query string parameter autosearch=true.

    This way you can dynamically pass the query string variables which are relevant to the search criteria.

    If you have any questions please let me know.

    Thanks,

    Ryan
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    04-04-2011 12:03 PM

    Hi there Ryan,
    thanks for your reply.

    I´m not sure if I understand what you mean. For example I have a search field with cities in a dropdownbox to choose from. Let´s say you select all users who live in Amsterdam and from that filtered userlist you pick one user to look at his details. Now I do understand that you can pass query string variables in the back link, such as

    www.yoursite.com/default.aspx?TabID=555&City=Amsterdam&AutoSearch=True

    But how do you get the search criteria (in this case ´Amsterdam´ )into the back link in the first place?

    Thanks,

    Sean

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    04-07-2011 08:52 AM
    Hello Sean,

    You would use the token in the back link:

    www.yoursite.com/default.aspx?TabID=555&City=[CityColumnToken]&AutoSearch=True

    Thanks,

    Ryan


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    04-07-2011 02:15 PM

    Hello Ryan,

    Thanks for your reply, your help is appreciated

    This works great for the example of the city, or any other searchfield which contains 1 item.
    How can you create a back link for a textfield with more than 1 item?

    For example:
    Days of the week users are available:
    From all users you select the users where´day´ contains ´Monday´.
    But then you look at one person in detail where the day-token shows more than one day e.g. ´Monday, Tuesday, Saturday´

    When using that day-token in the backlink then the select query has changed from ' contains Monday` to ´contains Monday, Tuesday, Saturday´

    Hope its clear, thanks again

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    04-11-2011 08:53 AM
    Hello Sean,

    This won't be easy to do but can be accomplished.

    With Dynamic User Directory there are limitations with SQL and multiple search criteria, so you may have to use Dynamic Views, you can setup Dynamic Views to work almost exactly like Dynamic User Directory by using a Custom SQL data source. I have implemented this multiple search field values in Dynamic Views for clients before. Basically you would pass a Comma Separated List and use a Split function to Select In those values.

    Please let me know if you have further questions, I can give you a general idea of what needs to be done, but unfortunately I can't write out exact descriptive steps for this implementation because this would fall under our Premium Support and not standard support.

    Thanks,

    Ryan


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    01-11-2012 04:59 PM
    2 years since my post and still not back button or a description on how to make a good pop-up.

    Just purchased the new suite, please update these old modules.
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    01-12-2012 01:22 PM
    Hi Marc,

    I believe Kelly posted a solution that they used:

    javascript:history.go(-1) or
    javascript:history.back()


    At this time we do not have a built in Back feature. There have been MANY improvements with else modules over the last few years but when we reviewed this we determined that because so many users are using very custom implementations of pop ups (w/ Live Content) or with jQuery to show/hide detail templates, or with the back icon being easy to implement using a link or image from Kelly's suggestion, we have not determined that adding in a built in back feature is on our list of enhancements at this time.

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Thanks,

    Chad
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    01-12-2012 01:22 PM
    Hi Marc,

    I believe Kelly posted a solution that they used:

    javascript:history.go(-1) or
    javascript:history.back()


    At this time we do not have a built in Back feature. There have been MANY improvements with else modules over the last few years but when we reviewed this we determined that because so many users are using very custom implementations of pop ups (w/ Live Content) or with jQuery to show/hide detail templates, or with the back icon being easy to implement using a link or image from Kelly's suggestion, we have not determined that adding in a built in back feature is on our list of enhancements at this time.

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Thanks,

    Chad
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    01-12-2012 01:22 PM
    Hi Marc,

    I believe Kelly posted a solution that they used:

    javascript:history.go(-1) or
    javascript:history.back()


    At this time we do not have a built in Back feature. There have been MANY improvements with else modules over the last few years but when we reviewed this we determined that because so many users are using very custom implementations of pop ups (w/ Live Content) or with jQuery to show/hide detail templates, or with the back icon being easy to implement using a link or image from Kelly's suggestion, we have not determined that adding in a built in back feature is on our list of enhancements at this time.

    Thank you for your feedback.

    Thanks,

    Chad
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    01-12-2012 05:34 PM
    Okay but how does the average use achieve this? We would love to use a popup detail view. However on the forum or over a support request me are given very basic information (use a Jquery pop up, or just use Javascript), thats all good if you are a developer but we are not, or we would have made this ourselves.

    So please, rather than offer generalized "just do...'s) or say that it requires premium support, just post on the forum, blog OR the user guide how to achieve a working module. We have spent the last 2 years trying to trawl through so many forum posts, that now have broken links after yur site upgrade... we just want a working module.
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    01-13-2012 08:54 AM
    Hi Marc,

    I have added a to-do within our system to add this to a future blog post. I will see if we can create an example within the near future, I agree more examples and implementation instructions will be more helpful and we are always trying to create these.

    We actually now have 36 demonstrations posted for Dynamic Forms but we could utilize Dynamic Views more for some demonstrations. We probably need to create a couple Dynamic Views demonstrations for its own section too, we have so many templates and client examples that we could start to showcase.


    Thanks,

    Chad
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    01-14-2012 06:45 PM
    Okay can you please tell me exactly what to place in the link code do do the following:

    The user has entered the code "999" into the search field for "unitnumber" - 3 results are presented and the user is in the details of one. We need to go back to the search result for unitnumber=999.

    Thanks.
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    01-17-2012 04:34 PM
    It would be really great to just have a simple instruction on how to do this rather than trawl through all this data (that makes no sense to me).
    You gave me examples of sites that work and are GREAT but again nothing that helps us do it ourselves. We are not programmers and its honestly taken us years just to get to this point.
    We love the curbappeals site and would like to use that expanding feature... how do we do this?
    Your other forum post by Ryan Bakerink suggests that you can initialize the search again via www.yoursite.com/default.aspx?TabID=xx&City=[ColumnToken]&AutoSearch=True
    This doesnt work, do we need some javascript to make this process?
    Hi Marc,

    I would probably recommend putting in something that does the JavaScript history.


    Here are some references:
    http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_his_back.asp

    http://www.crowderassoc.com/javascr...utton.html

    http://www.aota.net/forums/showthre...hp?t=20855

    You might also consider making the Details link a popup or jQuery show/hide. Here is a good example of that (in development) with the "Show More" hyperlink.

    http://curbappeals.datasprings.com/...urPro.aspx

    Thanks,

    Chad
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    01-17-2012 05:51 PM
    Thanks for posting Marc!

    -Chad
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    02-10-2013 01:30 PM
    You cannot use Live Content to display the detail view of Dynamic Views.  To launch a Live Content element through a URL you must append #LiveContent[YourCallTag] to it.  When this is placed into a Dynamic Views template the brackets and everything inside is stripped because Dynamic Views uses the same "bracket" syntax for its tokens. I tried using HTML escape characters and URL encode to see what would happen and neither worked.  Chad mentioned above that this would work.  Am I missing something?  Thanks!

    Todd
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    02-12-2013 10:01 AM
    Hi Todd - I see what you are saying. Yes, Dynamic Views does swap out all instances of [Field]. Hmm... Are all of these [YourCallTag] things you can specify? Maybe we can setup some pre-defined ones that if you used it would ignore? Maybe like [DVCALLTAG] and if that was used it wouldn't work? Or do you think we would need to have a couple pre-defined ones? like maybe DVCALLTAG1 through DVCALLTAG10 or something? Whatever the situation is, I think this is something we will have to add into the module for it to support this integration.

    Thanks,

    Chad
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