Hide Field Editor when No Record Exists

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Is it possible to have Skuid not display a field editor component if a record doesn't exist that meets the conditions of the model?

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Peter Herzog

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Posted 6 years ago

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You could use the advanced properties of the field editor to give it an id (so you can modify it in javascript).
Then a javascript snippet could check on whether the model has a row using something like
and if the length is not greater than 0 you can hide the field editor

let me know if you need more help with the javascript
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I am trying to do this too, but I don't know anything about Javascript. Luckily I have a Javascript coder sitting right next to me, but he doesn't have access to Skuid so Explaining to him what I want him to write is kind a hard.

I have an object that is related to the main object that I am using skuid to replace. It's not a child object and there can be anywhere from 2-20 of these "Tickets" attached to the "Project." I am trying to organized the Tickets by tab by using the record type. There is only one ticket per record type, but if the ticket doesn't exist it returns nothing when I preview.

Any help would be appreciated.

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