Custom UI Model

Adding Address Validation to a custom form

By: christi

Posted on: March 29, 2016

NOTE: You need to have Address Validation turned on before beginning. To see if Address Validation is enabled, open the Address Add Form 2, set the country to a country with Address Validation enabled, and ensure that the Validate button shows. At a minimum, your data form must have the following fields (though they can be named differently and can be hidden, they do need to exist in your form): COUNTRYID, ADDRESSBLOCK, CITY, STATEID, POSTCODE. In your form, add the UIAction that will trigger the validation: <UIAction ActionID="VALIDATEADDRESSACTION" Caption="Validate" Description="Perform... Read More
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Building a Custom Constituent Map

By: UI Modeler

Posted on: September 26, 2013

By: Ben Lambert, Principle Software Engineer – Blackbaud Level: Advanced Introduction This article is a continuation of our UI Modeler series.  As I demonstrated in the previous post you can indirectly register an Add-In or Extension for a Custom UI Model by registering an Add-In or Extension for the parent form that summoned the Custom UI Model.  Using that approach, you can programmatically inject some behavior/logic/UI into a downstream custom model by getting a reference to it via its parent.  But what if the Custom UI Model in question is actually housed on a page and there is no "parent... Read More
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