I have a map with some feature points and a find task to highlight the feature points on the map, and display them in a grid with it's field attributes. This works great when I specify the search field as:
findParams.searchFields = ["LOCATION"];
But if I add:
findParams.searchFields = ["LOCATION", "MODEL_NUM"];
The grid displays results from multiple fields (ie. searching for attributes in LOCATION "A" would also find attributes in MODEL_NUM containing the letter "A"). So I decided to add a drop down menu select to specify which field to search in (one at a time) so the results are more precise.
So I added the following dijit:
<select id="fieldSelect" data-dojo-type="dijit/form/Select" name="fieldSelect">
<option value="" selected="selected">Select a field</option>
<option value="MODEL_NUM">Model Number</option>
<option value="NUM_DEFICIENCIES">Number of Deficiencies</option>
<option value="INSTALL_DATE">Install Date</option>
I then modified the search field statement to:
findParams.searchFields = "[" + "\"" + dom.byId("fieldSelect").value + "\"" + "]";
When I click my search button I get an Uncaught TypeError: a.join is not a function (FindParameters.js:5)
I hope this is enough information. Does anyone have a solution or a recommendation?