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July 03, 2015, at 07:58 PM by 142.4.217.187 -
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Yes. When you've linked a contact or project to an event (whether you did so in DayBack's interface or your own) you'll see an arrow beside the contact or project. These arrows run FileMaker scripts to take you to these related records.

%center% %newwin width=440% [[https://www.seedcode.com/rootimages/stikipad/dayback/jumptocontactlg.png | https://www.seedcode.com/rootimages/stikipad/dayback/jumptocontactsm.png]]

In both cases the script being called is "Go To Related Record From WebViewer" and it's passed a parameter indicating the number of the source you're trying to go to.

In Sample Events, "contacts" are related source number 1 and "projects" are related source number 2. You specify these sources by editing the related sources layouts as part of integrating the calendar with your own files. More here: [[Linked Contacts And Projects]].

Once specified, the script "Which Detail Views to Use..." determines which layouts to load for each related source. Feel free to edit that script to refer to your own contact and project detail layouts
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This isn't built into DayBack Online but you may be able to create a [[custom action]] that goes to your event and then jumps over to that event's contact or project in FMP, FMGo or maybe in WebDirect.
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In both cases the script being called is "Go To Related Record From Calendar" and it's passed a parameter indicating the number of the source you're trying to go to.
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In both cases the script being called is "Go To Related Record From WebViewer" and it's passed a parameter indicating the number of the source you're trying to go to.
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In Sample Events, "contacts" are related source number 1 and "projects" are related source number 2. You specify these sources by editing the [[Related Sources]] layouts as part of integrating the calendar with your own files.

Once specified, the script "Which Detail Views to Use..." determines which layouts
to load for each related source.
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In Sample Events, "contacts" are related source number 1 and "projects" are related source number 2. You specify these sources by editing the related sources layouts as part of integrating the calendar with your own files. More here: [[Linked Contacts And Projects]].

Once specified, the script "Which Detail Views
to Use..." determines which layouts to load for each related source. Feel free to edit that script to refer to your own contact and project detail layouts.
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!! Can I jump right to my contact's record from the calendar?

Sure. On our Event Details layout you'll see a place to link a contact to the event. Now you may already have a mechanism for linking contacts to your events, but if you don't you can use the simple drop down list method we're using here (if you're not familiar with this, check out the value list "Contact" in our example file to see how we're showing the contact's ID and their name).

Once a contact is linked
to an event, you'll see a green arrow beside "contact" clicking that will take you to the contacts record in the layout of your choice:

%center% https://www.seedcode.com/rootimages/stikipad/pro12/jumptocontact.png

Here are a few things to keep in mind:

-> The
script we use on this button needs to be taught a few things about your contacts file. Edit the script "Jump to Related Contact's Layout ( Contact ID )" and follow the comments to specify your Contact ID field and you Contact layout.

-> The green button beside "contact" on our Event Details layout is conditionally formatted to hide the button when there is no related contact. That formatting points to fields in your events table so you'll need to visit and adjust this conditional formatting after integrating the calendar with your file
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!! Can I Jump to a Related Contact or Project from the Calendar?

Yes. When you've linked a contact or project to an event (whether you did so in DayBack's interface or your own) you'll see an arrow beside the contact or project. These arrows run FileMaker scripts to take you to these related records.

%center% %newwin width=440% [[https://www.seedcode.com/rootimages/stikipad/dayback/jumptocontactlg.png | https://www.seedcode.com/rootimages/stikipad/dayback/jumptocontactsm.png]]

In both cases the script being called is "Go To Related Record From Calendar" and it's passed a parameter indicating
the number of the source you're trying to go to.

In Sample Events
, "contacts" are related source number 1 and "projects" are related source number 2. You specify these sources by editing the [[Related Sources]] layouts as part of integrating the calendar with your own files.

Once specified, the
script "Which Detail Views to Use..." determines which layouts to load for each related source.
May 20, 2012, at 03:55 AM by 50.132.84.245 -
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-> The green button beside "contact" on our Event Details layout is inside an invisible portal which hides the button when there is no related contact: there are some notes about this visible in layout mode.
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-> The green button beside "contact" on our Event Details layout is conditionally formatted to hide the button when there is no related contact. That formatting points to fields in your events table so you'll need to visit and adjust this conditional formatting after integrating the calendar with your file.
May 20, 2012, at 03:52 AM by 50.132.84.245 -
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February 03, 2010, at 04:29 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
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February 03, 2010, at 04:28 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
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February 03, 2010, at 04:01 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
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-> The green button beside "contact" on our Event Details layout
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-> The green button beside "contact" on our Event Details layout is inside an invisible portal which hides the button when there is no related contact: there are some notes about this visible in layout mode.
February 03, 2010, at 04:00 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
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Sure. On our Event Details layout you'll see a place to link a contact to the event. Now you may already have a mechanism for linking contacts to your events, but if you don't you can use the simple drop down list method we're using here.
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Sure. On our Event Details layout you'll see a place to link a contact to the event. Now you may already have a mechanism for linking contacts to your events, but if you don't you can use the simple drop down list method we're using here (if you're not familiar with this, check out the value list "Contact" in our example file to see how we're showing the contact's ID and their name).
December 31, 2009, at 07:02 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
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-> The script we use on this button needs to be taught a few things about your contacts file
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-> The script we use on this button needs to be taught a few things about your contacts file. Edit the script "Jump to Related Contact's Layout ( Contact ID )" and follow the comments to specify your Contact ID field and you Contact layout.

-> The green button beside "contact" on our Event Details layout
December 31, 2009, at 06:55 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
December 31, 2009, at 06:55 AM by 76.22.123.157 -
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!! Can I jump right to my contact's record from the calendar?

Sure. On our Event Details layout you'll see a place to link a contact to the event. Now you may already have a mechanism for linking contacts to your events, but if you don't you can use the simple drop down list method we're using here.

Once a contact is linked to an event, you'll see a green arrow beside "contact" clicking that will take you to the contacts record in the layout of your choice:

> > screenshot

Here are a few things to keep in mind:

-> The script we use on this button needs to be taught a few things about your contacts file
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