SelectOncePerTable by Robin S

Adds an option to "select" columns in a ProFields Table field so that each option can only be selected once per table.

Select Once Per Table

Adds a setting to "Select", "Page (Select)" and "Page (Autocomplete Single)" columns in a ProFields Table field so that each option can only be selected once per table. Requires the ProFields Table module.

There could be a number of situations where this module might be useful, but perhaps the primary situation is when you want to store extra information for pages that are selected in a Page Reference field.

So instead of using a Page Reference field like this...

Without SelectOncePerTable

...you could use a ProFields Table field together with Select Once Per Table to store extra information for each selected page like this...

With SelectOncePerTable

The module ensures that pages/options that are already selected in the Table field are disabled as you add new rows or edit existing rows.

Configuration


To enable the module for any "Select", "Page (Select)" or "Page (Autocomplete Single)" column in your Table field, edit the column settings and add selectOnce=1.

SelectOncePerTable configuration

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