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Our standard product form utilizes several calculated forms to deliver the correct price based on data entered. However now I'm trying to create a custom quick create form for products so that we can add new products from the quote product page and I've realized that you apparently can't use calculated fields on quick create forms.
Is there any way to get calculated fields to work on a quick create form or possibly another work around to accomplish this goal?
The trigger of calculated field is when the form is saved. Quickly create form is only to create a record and can't view the record.
So the calculated field cannot be added to the quick create form.
Also, quick create form does not support business rules.
You need to set the OnChange event on the fields which the data is entered to calculate the price.
You cannot add calculated field in quick create forms, you can use JS instead.
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