So I have a form with several lookup fields that drill down to specific entries from another form. Once the form is submitted it updates one of those lookup fields (housing Request status) from the other form using the frm_update_create_entry hook. I created a page to view the entries from this form with the lookup fields and included an edit link but when I click edit and it takes me to the form to edit it it doesn’t show what was submitted because the status was updated on the other form’s entry. How can I get it so the lookup field is set properly when I edit? More details about the forms... Registration Form has fields Display Name Gender Church Housing Request Status Housing Request Form has lookup fields Lookup Field (checkbox) Registration Form (Housing Request Status) – hidden from basic users and visitors Lookup Field (checkbox) – Registration Form (Church) Lookup Field (checkbox) – Registration Form (Gender) – watches Church above Lookup Field (checkbox) – Registration Form (Display Name) – watches Church and Gender Above When Housing Request Form is submitted frm_update_create_entry hook fires off and updates the selected Registrants from the Registration Form. […]
I found this article on how to do this... frm_setup_new_fields_vars ...however I need to be able to filter on more than one field using fields in the form itself, not the linked form. How can I access a field in the form in the php code? Is there more documentation on some of the php functions that are being called in the developer hooks examples like the FrmProDynamicFieldsController::get_independent_options? when I do a search in the knowledge base I can't seem to find anything except this example.