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visibleIf , accessibleIf and enabledif in Adobe campaign

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Hi All,

 

 

  • visibleIf
  • accessibleIf
  • enabled if

 

 

currently m facing issues in understanding the difference between theese 3

 

  • visibleIf
  • accessibleIf
  • enabled if

 

 

have read the documentation also but didnt  get any such clarity

please help to expalin the diff with example

  • visibleIf
  • accessibleIf
  • enabled if

 

 

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Hi @jefrii 

 

Please find the explanations :

  • visibleIf : hides the fields from the metadata, hence they cannot be accessed within a schema view, or column selection, or an expression builder. But this does not hide any data, if the field name is manually entered in an expression the value will show up.
  • accessibleIf : hides the data (replacing it with empty values) from resulting query.

So, in short visibleif hides the field itself from the schema view whereas accessibleif replaces the data with blank spaces. 

 

You can refer here for more detailed explanation.

 

Thanks,

Akshay

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

Hi @jefrii 

 

Please find the explanations :

  • visibleIf : hides the fields from the metadata, hence they cannot be accessed within a schema view, or column selection, or an expression builder. But this does not hide any data, if the field name is manually entered in an expression the value will show up.
  • accessibleIf : hides the data (replacing it with empty values) from resulting query.

So, in short visibleif hides the field itself from the schema view whereas accessibleif replaces the data with blank spaces. 

 

You can refer here for more detailed explanation.

 

Thanks,

Akshay