ast week I had a request come in from a client where they wanted to require users to accept certain terms and conditions before ordering a specific catalog item. I have seen this type of request before, but I don’t think I’ve really seen an elegant solution to it…or anything that could really be called a solution at all :). Usually you end up with some combination of a wizard, some custom form, and some crazy scripts that make no sense to anyone but the person who created it. Then I realized that I had just written about a solution a week or so ago when I wrote about how to create a UI Page popup using GlideDialogWindow! The specific application of the solution I wrote about was a little bit different, but the basic pieces were identical. By making some basic tweaks to a solution I already knew about, I was able to come up with what I think is a really nice way to require acceptance of some terms before a user orders a catalog item. This same method could also be used on other forms and tables in Service-now.com.
This article is the 3rd in a series of posts explaining the use of ‘GlideDialog’ in ServiceNow. If you want to see all of the articles I’ve written about GlideDialogWindow and popups in ServiceNow just use the tags at the bottom of this article.
In this article I’ll show you how you can use GlideDialogWindow to pop open a dialog containing any custom UI Page information you want. I’ll also show how you can pass information into those dialogs, and how you can return information from those dialogs back to the standard form that initiated the dialog. These dialogs can be initiated from any place where you can use client scripts…client scripts, UI Macros, UI Actions, etc.
couple of days ago I wrote about some cool ways that you can show system list information in GlideDialogWindow popups from a form. As promised, here’s another article showing some other ways that you can use GlideDialogWindow. If you want to see all of the articles I’ve written about GlideDialogWindow and popups in Service-now just use the tags at the bottom of this article.
In this article I’ll show you how you can use GlideDialogWindow to update records from a list with a multiple update or a form with an update or insert on a single record anywhere in the system.
‘ve been meaning to write about the different kinds of Glide popups available in Service-now for a while but haven’t really figured out a good way to show all of the different pieces that make them work. Instead of putting all of the information in one article I’ve decided to publish 2 or 3 different articles showing some of the different things I’ve done in the past. Look for more articles on Glide popup windows in the future. If you want to see all of the articles I’ve written about GlideDialogWindow and popups in Service-now just use the tags at the bottom of this article.
This article shows how you can pop open a list of records in Service-now using a couple of different methods. It also shows you how you could use a UI Macro icon to invoke either of these popup types.