PHPRunner – Using Sweet Alerts to give Users confirmation of Save

In PHPRunner as of version 10.51 the sweet alert javascript library is included in PHPRunner generated web applications.

How can we add code to a project to make bespoke adjustments?

Firstly navigate to the form you wish to add a special sweet alert to and insert a Custom Button.

Next navigate to the Events tab in PHPRunner and expand the table or view to which you added the additional button.

Behind the Javascipt OnLoad event add the following code

$('a[id^="saveButton"]').hide(); // Hide button "Save"

And on the Client Before Event of the new button add the following code{
icon: "success",
title: "Saved",
showConfirmButton: false,
timer: 1000
return false;

So what does the code do
Javascript OnLoad Event – Hides the real save button
On Click – Triggers the sweet alert success routine and once that is complete triggers the hidden savebutton code.

And more examples and inspiration

Sweet alert 2

And also if you find the Sweet Alert modal size too small add this to your page css:

.swal2-popup { font-size: 1.6rem !important; }

Most of this was from the following Xlinesoft User forum Thread

ASP Net Runner – Run a SQL Azure Stored Procedure from the web client

Firstly create the stored procedure you wish to run in Azure SQL

Here’s a simple procedure which triggers and update query that inserts records into table 34 from a view based on a flag in the table saying transform is 1 it then runs another query to set the transform field to 0 to prevent the insert happening again the next time.



CREATE Procedure [dbo].[transformemail]
INSERT INTO t034 (pkid,body1,eplanno,money4,trandate,payref,wlcref,tranid,email,updated)
SELECT pkid,body1,eplanno,money4,trandate,payref,wlcref,tranid,email,updated 
FROM v031;
UPDATE t032email
SET transform = 0
WHERE t032email.transform = 1;

Firstly navigate to the form you wish to put the code into and insert a button into that form.

Next using your mouse select the button and on the right hit the button marked Edit button code

This reveals the Button Properties window dialogue

Please note there are three tabs at the top here marked

Client Before Server and Client After – we will be placing code in all of them so take note

In the Client Before tab I enter.

params["txt"] = "Transformation";
ajax.setMessage("Sending request to server...");
 // Uncomment the following line to prevent execution of "Server" and "Client After" events.
 // return false;

In the Server tab I enter

tDAL.CustomQuery ("EXEC dbo.transformemail");
result["txt"] = parameters["txt"].ToString() + " complete";

And in the Client after tab I enter

// Put your code here.
var message = result["txt"] + " !!!";

Now build the project and when you hit the button on the web client your procedure will be run on the server.