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 Author René Hézser  Views 857 View Original Article

Recently I was developing a custom field. To store modified values, the UpdateFieldValueInItem method has to be overwritten. In a normal way of clicking the submit/save button, the method is called and I can adjust the value for the field within the current item. The changes are submitted to the database later. But what if you want to modify items outside of the current item? Sure, you can do so would you think. But you’ll need to consider the scenario that the user does not click submit/s…
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