Hi, there and big thanks to the forum for having been so helpful these last couple of days as this newb tries to get through the basic ins and outs.
Here’s what I’m up against currently:
My app has:
two primary data types: jobs & bids
two primary user types: customers and providers
Customers create jobs and providers create bids on the jobs.
I created a table to display all open bids. One of the columns on the table contains a button: “Bid this Job”. The button surfaces a popup to place a bid. In the workflow action for the popup submission, I’m trying to find the Job ID, so when the bid is submitted it’s related to the job.
Unlike text elements in other cells on the table, I’m not provided the option to dynamically search the current row’s attributes via the form action, nor am I recognizing any other expressions that could accomplish the same.
I’m guessing the popup element, even though it’s being triggered from a button on a job row, perceives no link to the row from which is was clicked, which is why I’m running into this issue. Yes? If that’s the case, should I instead attempt to fetch the job ID onto the popup form itself (not sure how to go about that in Bubble) and then the value will be there when I program the workflow?