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should be able to customize button text in edoclite


    • Type: Bug Fix Bug Fix
    • Status: Open Open
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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    • Fix Version/s: Backlog
    • Component/s: Development
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    • Similar issues:
      KULRICE-4810edoclite should give message to user when buttons are pressed
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      KULRICE-2124Add functionality for custom evaluation via default widgets templates [eDocLite]
      KULRICE-841Improve the terrible button labels in EDocLite
      KULRICE-2166Block multiple approvers from being able to open an Edoclite document in edit mode. This will prevent the potential for a workflow exception when second approver clicks an Action button after the first has already done so.
      KULRICE-817Users are confused by two save buttons on Edoclites
      KULRICE-3797Integrate patch to enable lookups on EDocLite
      KULRICE-844Add multiple button-click detection to EDocLite and other screens
      KULRICE-1744Implement proper Super User support in EDocLite
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      If you change the button text of "return to previous", the button will no longer work since the button text is submitted to see what button was pressed. An example of a solution is to change the <submit> html element to a <button type="submit" html element where the value submitted can be different than the text shown on the screen.

      Note, as a workaround, you could try doing this in jquery until a proper solution is in place:

      <script type="text/javascript" src="../scripts/jquery.js" />

      function submitReturnToPrevious()

      { buttonClick('ReturnToPrevious'); var edocliteForm = document.getElementById('edoclite'); //for some reason, letting this happen onsubmit submits the form anyway... return validateOnSubmit(edocliteForm); }


      { //get the button var submitButton = $("input[name=userAction][value='return to previous']"); //add the button we want, after it (one line, don't let it wrap) submitButton.after('<button type="submit" name="userAction" value="return to previous" onclick="return submitReturnToPrevious()" style="font-family: Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size:100%; padding:1px 3px;">apply</button>'); //remove the original button submitButton.remove(); }



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