@DavidPetty I implemented the Custom Object for Hiding the 'Add New'
Link for Cross-Reference Fields. Thank you for writing that! In many
circumstances it works really well. But if a user enters edit mode from
a tab other than the one on which the cr...
Hello, I'm working on a custom object where users type a risk into a
text box and then have the option of clicking a button (my custom
object) next to the text box which does a lookup and returns to users
any other existing risks which have similar c...
I've recently been working on a project to integrate Archer with an
Artificial Intelligence tool which will do some natural language
processing on our Risks. As part of that I needed to be able to have
Risks sent to the AI every time someone clicked ...
In our company's version of the Risk Register app, I'm implementing a
custom object that will have a button users can click. When the user
click's the button we'll call out to an AI that can do natural language
processing and we'll pass it the risk d...
Hi guys,My Enterprise Risk application has a lot of different tabs. As
we all know, tabs can't display content nearly as fast as a DDE
show\show hide, so my idea was to get rid of all of the tabs and put all
the sections on a single page. Then I'd hi...
For anyone who finds this thread in the future, I worked with David on
this offline. The solution is to create a new section outside of all
tabsets and then add the custom object to that. If you're like me and
didn't want anything at all outside of a...
Ok, I just tested a workaround. It seems that if I place a copy of the
same custom object code on every tab, then it works as expected. Ideally
though I don't duplicate code that many times. If anyone can think of a
way to avoid duplicate, custom obj...
Interesting... What version did you test on? I can check with our team
on how long it will be until we have that version. Perhaps the solution
for me is to just ignore it for now since there's no functional impact,
and the issue will go away after we...