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What does blue marker in list mean?

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  • What does blue marker in list mean?

    I have a mobile list with a detail view for entering and editing data
    I have checked the first checkbox in list properties, detail view, synchronization policy (one step save, no synchronization needed)
    I can edit data and save without a problem
    When I enter a new record, my save does not commit the record and when I do find the new record in the list, there is a blue marker in top right corner
    I assume I have a setting (or settings) wrong, but before I delete the ux and start from scratch, any suggestions?
    Thanks
    Tony

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    Re: What does blue marker in list mean?

    It means that you have updated the data in the list but not synchronized it back to the server. You either need to have a synchronize button with
    Code:
    {dialog.object}.saveListEdits('LIST_NAME_HERE',{rows: 'allRows'});
    or
    You can set the list to synchronize when you update the list. On the Detail View Tab look at the Synchronization Policy, Then select 'Perform client to server synchronization whenever user saves edits to a row in a list'.
    Win 10 64 Development, Win 7 64 WAS 11-1, 2, Win 10 64 AA-1,2, MySql, dbForge Studio The Best MySQL GUI Tool IMHO. http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/

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    • #3
      Re: What does blue marker in list mean?

      Frank
      I already have that box checked
      Thanks
      Tony

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      • #4
        Re: What does blue marker in list mean?

        Then something is preventing the data from getting synchronized. Maybe a javascript error.
        Win 10 64 Development, Win 7 64 WAS 11-1, 2, Win 10 64 AA-1,2, MySql, dbForge Studio The Best MySQL GUI Tool IMHO. http://www.devart.com/dbforge/mysql/studio/

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        • #5
          Re: What does blue marker in list mean?

          Ok, I will pursue that and post back the results
          Thanks
          Tony

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          • #6
            Re: What does blue marker in list mean?

            Frank
            I started rebuilding my UX from the beginning and when I added a conditional field style server side condition to a field in the list builder, the problem reappeared.

            entered = "Yes"||/*SIMPLE STYLE*/color: Red;
            entered ="No"||/*SIMPLE STYLE*/color: Black;


            I deleted the conditional field style server side condition and UX worked as it should.

            Not sure why ......... but I can do without the font color change!

            Thanks
            Tony

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            • #7
              Re: What does blue marker in list mean?

              "Yes" = single quote 'Yes'
              Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
              Albert Einstein, (attributed)
              US (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)

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              • #8
                Re: What does blue marker in list mean?

                Hi Peter
                I tried both ways ....
                Single quotes will not save the UX without an error
                The Alpha help on the page says that the calculations are server side and to use xbasic.
                Double quotes will save the UX and when published will display the color changes I am looking for, but gives me the blue marker after saving a new record.
                (Even though I have selected 'Perform client to server synchronization whenever user saves edits to a row in a list' in the Detail View Tab, Synchronization Policy)
                I've got something wrong but ???
                Thanks
                Tony

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