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    Hi I have a script in php traditional seamlessly integrated with scriptcase, I have a page called profilo_cliente.php that contains the details of the customers, the data on this page viewed and sorted so cute are taken from a mysql DB.
    The question is as follows:
    I would like to create a grid that scriptcase me back the data from the DB and clicking on the view or on a field listed in the grid, instead of displaying the details of the records in a grid detail scriptcase opens the detail page profilo_cliente.php
    from what I understand it is possible to link ........ but you know give me some directions in most ???????
    Thanks so much.

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    I'm not quite sure what you want. You want to be able to create a link from a grid to your own application? Then you can create a small blank application to link to your own php app. IN the grid you create a custom field of type image, apply an icon and link to this blank application. If you need parameters passed you can also use a control and then jump to your application. Hope this is what you mean...
    Albert Drent
    aducom software netherlands
    scriptcase partner, reseller, support and (turn-key) development
    www.scriptcase.eu / www.scriptcase.nl

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    • #3
      You can use your own PHP as form or visualization for your data from a SC grid, but as far as I understand, you want to use the detail capabilities of the grid with your own PHP, am I righ? if yes, you can't do exactly this, as far as I know.

      Originally posted by aducom View Post
      I'm not quite sure what you want. You want to be able to create a link from a grid to your own application? Then you can create a small blank application to link to your own php app. IN the grid you create a custom field of type image, apply an icon and link to this blank application. If you need parameters passed you can also use a control and then jump to your application. Hope this is what you mean...
      As aducom say, you can create a column where you can use code to call and redirect to your own PHP.
      /Giuseppe

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