I would like to create a Field on Opportunities that specified the Discount applied (%). I need it to have a default which is determined by knowing the Sales Office that Owners the Account. This information is already stored at the Account level and creating and editable Field at the Opportunity level to store the same info creates duplication and potential for error. The Discount Field must be editable be the User level so it can't be a Formula Field.
The Default Value equation editor would not let me access cross-object information or the read-only field I created on the Opportunity Object, which I created in desperation, to display the Account Sales Office Field.
Is what I am trying to achieve possible?
If so, is it only possible with Apex Triggers?
Hi - I'd really appreciate some direction on a custom code question that should be easy but has me stumped.
On our web to lead forms, I would like to have the form have a check box that is checked to receive more info from my company and if they uncheck it, it would then check the Email Opt Out field on the lead. So it would be reversed, when checked, Email Opt Out is unchecked and vice versa.
Here is the code I have to add the check box:
<td width="182"><input id="emailOptOut" name="emailOptOut" type="checkbox" checked="checked" value="1" /><label for="emailOptOut"><span class="style10">I would like to receive information and news communications from eStara in the future.</span></label></td>
I have tried to change the Value to "0", to "False" and to "No". Is it not possible to do this and if it is possible, how do I need to alter the code to reflect this?
Thanks in advance!