Rob, create a go to record first script, to show the beginning record. Also IWP only displays a maximum number of results at a time in list view. I create buttons to go to FIRST, Prev 25, Next 25, & LAST. Place them in a footer or header (or both).
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Thank you for the quick response,
I added in the script
However that did not help. Notice the screenshot - It looks like the list layout knows there are two records (showing 2) but only displays one of them. This does work (using the buttons and layout) in the client, but not IWP.
I also scripted a button to 'show all records' and it does not in IWP. Only a select few. I have a total of 14 records now in the test database and it lists around half of them (in the header - 'showing 14')
Thanks for any more help or ideas,
Maybe there is more to this than just the Search/Find function as any list seems to not display all the records. See below on a diferent list layout of the same Table. I have a button scripted to GoTo a different list layout and search a 'type' to display. it also does not display all the records via IWP and does not show the sub-summary part fo the body (which does show in the client). see the screen shots below attached.
Anyone have any ideas? Thanks for any help,
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I have figured out one of the two issues.
For searching in IWP i found that the only real way to be 'error' free is to create an entirely new Layout just for searching - and use fewer fields. The fewer fields the better. What i did was scripts search buttons for different types of searches that open to new custom layouts with the fewer custom search fields. (customer name and location in one layout vs another layout just for corporation and location search ect...) A 'find' button that then does the search and opens to a list layout. This was the only way i could get the search to work out well for me to show all the properrecords in a list view. If there is a better way i would love to know - please share.
Again - using the 'find' button in the toolbar was not treating me well as it turned the current layout fields into 'search fields' which did not properly display the all the records after the find request. I also ended up taking out the toolbar for IWP and script Nav buttons for the end user. Worked out ok so far. It was also better for training to have less buttons and controls (but that maybe just for the staff at this site)
I never did figure out how to display the sub-summary in the list layouts. I have not read that it is not a supported feature in IWP - but im guessing it is not. I really wish there was a way to do this all in one layout in IWP.
SubSummary parts do not work in IWP.