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Dynamic Action Plugin SkillBuilders Save Before Exit

SkillBuilders Save Before Exit

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Categories: Dynamic Action Plugin
Author: Dan McGhan

Wait, wait! Don't forget to save...

Have you ever filled out a form and accidently left the page without saving your work? It is actually quite easy to do. Thankfully, browsers have features to help prevent this from happening. The problem, however, is that taking advantage of those features can be quite difficult - until now.

The SkillBuilders Save Before Exit plug-in allows you to notify your users if they leave a page without saving their work. Simply install the plug-in and add it to your page!

Features at a glance:

  1. Detects changes made to items on the page
  2. Warning message displayed if user tries to leave page without clicking a button
    • Browser is closed
    • Back button is pressed
    • Link is clicked
    • Other...
  3. Option to customize the warning displayed
  4. Option to select elements that allow a user to leave the page without any warnings
  5. Option to select elements that should not trigger a warning when changed
  6. Methods to control whether or not a user is warned via JavaScript

Keywords
save, change, changes, exit, leave, warn, warning

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Company: SkillBuilders
Date added: 16.7.2010
Views: 13405
Votes: 30
Reviews: 67
Min. APEX Version:
4.0
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How do I capture the response
by Ambika Dayal
on December 3, 2015
I would like to capture the user response - if the user decided to leave the page or stay on the page to save the changes. How do I do that? Based on the response, I want to take some action.

Would appreciate it if you could guide me.

Thanks
Ambika Dayal
0 
How do I capture the response
by Ambika Dayal
on December 3, 2015
I would like to capture the user response - if the user decided to leave the page or stay on the page to save the changes. How do I do that? Based on the response, I want to take some action.

Would appreciate it if you could guide me.

Thanks
Ambika Dayal
0 
How do I capture the response
by Ambika Dayal
on December 3, 2015
I would like to capture the user response - if the user decided to leave the page or stay on the page to save the changes. How do I do that? Based on the response, I want to take some action.

Would appreciate it if you could guide me.

Thanks
Ambika Dayal
0 
Requires jQuery browser plugin
by Schior
on November 13, 2015
Hi,

It's not APEX 5, it's the jQuery version :).
You need to install the "jQuery browser plugin" to restore the functionality dropped as of 1.9.1

However, I noticed that in IE, even if you press Stay on Page, the navigation still occurs. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Schior
0 
Requires jQuery browser plugin
by Schior
on November 13, 2015
Hi,

It's not APEX 5, it's the jQuery version :).
You need to install the "jQuery browser plugin" to restore the functionality dropped as of 1.9.1

However, I noticed that in IE, even if you press Stay on Page, the navigation still occurs. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Schior
0 
Re:Plugin not Compatible with Apex 5
by Schior
on November 13, 2015
Hi,

It's not APEX 5, it's the jQuery version :).
You need to install the "jQuery browser plugin" to restore the functionality dropped as of 1.9.1

However, I noticed that in IE, even if you press Stay on Page, the navigation still occurs. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Schior
0 
Re:Plugin not Compatible with Apex 5
by Schior
on November 13, 2015
Hi,

It's not APEX 5, it's the jQuery version :).
You need to install the jQuery browser plugin (https://github.com/gabceb/jquery-browser-plugin) to restore the functionality dropped as of 1.9.1

However, I noticed that in IE, even if you press Stay on Page, the navigation still occurs. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Schior
10 
Re:Plugin not Compatible with Apex 5
by Schior
on November 13, 2015
Hi,

It's not APEX 5, it's the jQuery version :).
You need to install the jQuery browser plugin (https://github.com/gabceb/jquery-browser-plugin) to restore the functionality dropped as of 1.9.1

However, I noticed that in IE, even if you press Stay on Page, the navigation still occurs. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Schior
10 
Re: Plugin not Compatible with Apex 5
by Schior
on November 13, 2015
Hi,

It's not APEX 5, it's the jQuery version :).
You need to install the jQuery browser plugin (https://github.com/gabceb/jquery-browser-plugin) to restore the functionality dropped as of 1.9.1

However, I noticed that in IE, even if you press Stay on Page, the navigation still occurs. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Schior
10 
Re: Plugin not Compatible with Apex 5
by Schior
on November 13, 2015
Hi,

It's not APEX 5, it's the jQuery version :).
You need to install the jQuery browser plugin (https://github.com/gabceb/jquery-browser-plugin) to restore the functionality dropped as of 1.9.1

However, I noticed that in IE, even if you press Stay on Page, the navigation still occurs. Any ideas?

Thanks,
Schior
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