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How can I purchase order total calculation, in fields elsewhere in my form?Asked by RogerYelvington01 on January 03, 2014 at 05:51 PM
Currently I have all the items that I need to charge for in the Purchase Order box, titled "Down Payment (paid today) - I would like to add this field, as well as the field I am currently getting in the "Remaining Balance" field, in order to get the final output of "Total Agreement Amount"
This is an important part of my form, please help, thank you so much!
P.s. I'm also getting an error code that flashes red right before I submit, any thoughts?
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For clarification, am I right that you want to copy the purchase order total and populate it to your form fields? If yes, this is not possible in the form builder but this can be done by modifying your form source code, in other words, you have to take and use your form source code when you embed your form. After that, inject custom scripts that perform the populate function.
We can provide you the script, but could you please clarify in which fields on your form you'd like to populate the purchase order total? Let us know so we can assist you further.
I'd like to take the total sum, in the down payment purchase order widget, and add it to the "Remaining Balance" total, in order to get the sum of both to be entered into the "total agreement amount" field.
I currently am now embedding code anywhere, I"m just using the custom URL Cname.
Thanks for providing the additional information. We'll get back to you as soon as we have the right codes to use.