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How to programming with customization

How to programming with customization

How to programming with customization

(OP)
How can we add a field from the customized form with default value with current login user ID?

I tried to add the field of the UserID to capture the UserID who opened the entry as modified user.

Is it possible to do that?

RE: How to programming with customization

What are you trying to do specifically?  Give an example.  It may be possible.

RE: How to programming with customization

(OP)
Because I want to capture the user ID who have opened the entry record in last time.

RE: How to programming with customization

You would need to write a script and attach it to a button. The user would need to click the button.  

RE: How to programming with customization

(OP)
Can I have the example for this script? Thank you.

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