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OnCalculateControlValues

This event occurs whenever the values of calculated columns are (re)computed in Edit and Insert forms. Live examples.

 

Signature:

function OnCalculateControlValues(editors)

 

Parameters:

editors

An associative array of form controls. To access the value of the editor of the column_name column, use the editors['column_name'] syntax.

 

Example 1:

This code snippet sets the value of the control displaying the full name according to values entered in the controls displaying first and last names.

 

editors['full_name'].setValue(editors['first_name'].getValue() + ' ' + 

    editors['last_name'].getValue());

 

Example 2:

This code snippet sets the value of the control displaying the age according to the entered birthday. To simplify the code, the Moment.js library is used.

 

if (editors['birthday'].getValue()) {

    require(['moment'], function(moment) {

        editors['age'].setValue(

            moment().diff(editors['birthday'].getValue(), 'years')

        );

    });

}

 

See also:

OnCalculateFields.



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