Tag: SalesLogix LAN Client

Modifying the QuickFind Lookup in the SalesLogix LAN client

The Quick Find functionality in the SalesLogix web client is a fast and easy way to look up information from many different areas in SalesLogix, but did you know you could modify the layout of the various lookups displayed in that interface? The functionality is a little hard to find if you don't know where to look, but this post will explain how you can modify the Quick Find lookups.

Basics – Ticket Activity Support – SalesLogix LAN

In this post I'll outline some of the functionality available to you in the Standard Ticket Activity support script for SalesLogix LAN. As with the other built in SalesLogix scripts, access to this functionality allows you the ability to control the various processes regarding ticket activities. Most of these functions and methods deal with populating the activity and history tables.

Using Picklist data revisited

Back in January, I posted about the SalesLogix picklist data structure, and outlined how to use the data found in the picklist table to populate other controls such as comboboxes and listboxes. You can find that article here.) If you are performing customizations to version 7.2 or later of SalesLogx, this processes can be greatly simplified by using Application.Picklist instead of directly querying the database.

Events based on history in version 6.x SalesLogix

Prior to version 7, there was limited access to those activity and history areas in SalesLogix. In a recent project, I had to perform a series of tasks upon completing an activity with a particular Type/Category/Result combination. This had to be done in an 6.2.1 system. In order to do this, I had to modify the OnCompletedActivity active script. I wanted to briefly wanted to outline the modifications I made to this area, just for anyone who i...

User feedback using the Animate Control

In my last blog post, I described how to use the Progress Bar control to provide feedback to a user when running time intensive processes.  In addition to the Progress Bar control, the Animate control can also be used.  Animate Control The Animate control is very simple to use.  A number of animations are inlcuded to […]

SalesLogix Basics 4 – ADO Recordsets in SalesLogix LAN

By using ADO, you have a powerful resource for reading and storing data in SalesLogix. In this basics article, I'll outline the main components involved in constructing and using an ADO recordset in general, and specifically with SalesLogix . If you've never worked with ADO before, this simple example will give you what you need to incorporate ADO into your own customizations.

Calling Merge Forms in SalesLogix LAN VBScript

Recently, I've been working on a customization which calls for one of a number of Merge Forms to be ran based on certain criteria. This is a pretty simple process, and here's how I did it: First of all, I need to get the pluginid for the appropriate Merge Form, based on my criteria. This can be found in the "Plugin" table, based on the plugin type of 25, and the name of the Form. In this case, these forms have been created b...

Understanding SalesLogix Picklists data structure

Picklists in SalesLogix are a very useful tool, but did you know you could also you values from an existing picklist to populate other list-based controls such as ComboBoxes, CheckListBoxes, ListViews... even Radio groups? You simply need an understanding of the structure of picklists in SalesLogix:

Programmatically populating combobox controls in SalesLogix

A combobox control works much like a picklist, in that it presents a number of selectable values to be stored in that control.  You can set available values at development time using the items property of the control, but for greater flexablility, you can populate the control at run-time as well.  For this example, we’ll […]

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