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Is there anyway of doing this, like using the ”getElementById” function?
I’ve researched and so far I haven’t found a solution that is up to date or that is working. Furthermore, I’ve also tried using Xpath without any success.
Thanks for any help!
Something like this: formContext.getAttribute("field_name").getValue();
I attach a link that contains many examples: rkcrm.wordpress.com/.../
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