Unreachable Service – appsactivity

Unreachable Service – appsactivity The previous answer is correct but the issue mentioned is now closed as a duplicate of https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/169584647 Consider adding a star (on top left) to this issue instead. In addition, a related error: Service not found: appsactivity v1 is also reported as duplicate of the above issue. Possible solution(s): Star the … Read more

e.range.getA1Notation() unable to track changes caused by formula update

onEdit(e) Trigger(Both simple and Installable) will not trigger unless a human explicitly edits the file. In your case, Your seem to be getting value from an external source (specifically, Google finance data). Script executions and API requests do not cause triggers to run. For example, calling FormResponse.submit() to submit a new form response does not … Read more

Redirect after submitting Google Form

<!– Normal form embed code, add an ID –> <iframe id=”gform” src=”https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeaiWCc598b3beFhYraf4nNsLgG3bXby_Qne93rHy_Mb_8UIA/viewform?embedded=true” width=”640″ height=”487″ frameborder=”0″ marginheight=”0″ marginwidth=”0″ style=”margin:0 auto; max-width:100%;”>Loading…</iframe> <script type=”text/javascript”> var load = 0; document.getElementById(‘gform’).onload = function(){ /*Execute on every reload on iFrame*/ load++; if(load > 1){ /*Second reload is a submit*/ document.location = “https://www.google.com/search?q=thanks&tbm=isch”; } } </script>

Download file from Google Drive to local folder from Google Apps Script

ContentService is used to serve up text content as a Web Application. The line of code you’ve shown does nothing on it’s own. Assuming that it’s a one-line body of a doGet() function that you’ve deployed as a Web App, then here’s why you’re seeing nothing: ContentService – use Content Service, and… .createTextOutput() – create … Read more

Can the google spreadsheet ‘query’ function be used in google apps script?

I do not know whether there is a restriction on that … function test () { var req = query(“=QUERY(shopT!B2:E; \”select min(E) where (B=3 or B=4 and D=2) group by C, D\”)”); Logger.log(req); } function query(request) { var sheet = sp.insertSheet(); var r = sheet.getRange(1, 1).setFormula(request); var reply = sheet.getDataRange().getValues(); sp.deleteSheet(sheet); return reply; }

inject external javascript file in google app script(Google Docs) [closed]

Depending on what you mean by Inject, one possible answer is to use the standard javascript eval() function along with UrlFetchApp: eval(UrlFetchApp.fetch(‘http://path.to/external/javascript.js’).getContentText()); If you want to include a JS file in the HTML output of a published script, simply include the javascript using tags in your HTML. <script src=”http://path.to/external/javascript.js”></script> Eval docs: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/eval UrlfetchApp docs: https://developers.google.com/apps-script/reference/url-fetch/url-fetch-app