We created an application that will search documents. The dashboard is a Rich Text, It works fine with the full site function, It redirects on the application tables.

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I attached screenshots of the dashboard using site and using mobile. On full site app  the search result works fine, while on the mobile app it has an error message.Below is  my syntax: Thanks

<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">

<tbody><tr>

      <td><p>&nbsp;</p><center><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><font face="Arial" font="" size="6" color="blue">Support Knowledge Base</font>





</p><form action="bk22afrvs">

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        <input name="act" value="QuickSearch2" type="hidden">

        <input name="srchtxt" size="50">



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        <input style="font-size: smaller;" value="Search" type="submit">&nbsp;</p>

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    </form>



</center>



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</tr>

</tbody></table>

   

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I cannot answer your question.  However, I will just point out that the new Mercury User Interface is supposed to be a single universal interface adaptable to all screen sizes. That should mean no more differences in behavior between the mobile and desktop UI. The new interface is due out "soon", but I'm not sue when "soon" is.
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So this might not be because of the syntax I used on my html code?
I don't know.  Perhaps someone else will see this thread as it remains unanswered and respond.
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I didn't really too too hard at your code but the error message "This operation is only supported on individual tables and not on the application itself" in the last screenshot suggests that you have an application dbid where you should have a table dbid.
But that QuickSearch2 is the one that searches the whole app, all tables.
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Like I said I didn't read the code very closely. It would be best to post the code outside the forum to a pastie because the forum has truncated it and it hurts my eyes reading it in the forum.

But the problem probably has to do with some aspect of the mobile page if it works on the desktop. Debugging on the mobile site can be difficult. What you might do is append "view-source:" to the URL on the mobile device and cut and paste the HTML. This will give you the exact HTML that was delivered to the mobile device. The URL would look something like this:

view-source:https://quickbase-community.intuit.com/questions/1446705