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I have a field called SalesRep that gets populated from QuoteWerks and is read-only. How do I create another field with "FirstName LastName" formatting that gets populated based on the SalesRep field? Is it possible to do this with a calculated field? If not, any workaround suggestions?
Composite fields can only be used with the name fields and the address fields. Creating custom fly out field isn't possible. You could follow guide's advice if you need an alternative
You might have already seen my response on your other post but in case you have not seen that, please try the updated CWA to get the User by new name format
Update: You can pull the latest code as well now, I have pushed it to master branch
if you are on 9.1 you can use PCF framework to create a Control
Some example :
I'm not sure what the others have read into this question but, I guess it depends what's in the SalesRep field and its data type. If it's a string with more than first name last name then, you have to parse it. Otherwise, you already have a what you want -- the SalesRep field. If it's a lookup it's (EntityReference)SalesRep.Name -- which you will still have to parse. On the client side it's something like formContext.GetControl("salesrep").GetAttribute().name.
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