Multi-select text field setup for Creatio add-on is a developer toolkit that will convert a regular text field into a multi-select field where the user can select items from a lookup to populate the text control. The selected items will be added to the control as a comma-delimited list and stored as text.
The add-on provides a predefined basic module customizations that save time and efforts to setup a field with multi-select text field in a section. This module allows users to select items from a lookup to populate a comma-delimited list of text. This is especially useful when migrating to Creatio from other CRM systems that used muti-selected text items from a picklist.
- A simple, and relatively easy to use module to covert a text field into a multi-select text control
- Use with any object as the lookup for the control
- Selected items are stored as comma-delimited text
Basic developer skills are required to setup a multi-select text field, although the steps are easy to follow, even with minimal developer experience.
See provided documentation on the "Installation and Setup" tab. A view linked video for a tutorial walk-though on how to use.
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Overview of how to use (see included documentation for complete details):
- Add a regular Text field to a page
- Go to source code of page, add CfxMultiselectEdit module
- Modify text field added to page in step 1 to include new custom properties, such as the Lookup object to use
- Save page
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Force/ensure jQuery is loaded for control (resolves rare issue of control loading before jQuery exists)
- Fixed issue in section wizard with adding multiple controls on a page using filters
- Fixed issue with showing/hiding the control using attributes
Fixed handling of custom objects with prefixes instead of only objects inheriting from BaseLookup (using displayValue rather than "Name")