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29-10-2008

I am trying to build a form in LifeCycle Designer that allows the user to add items.



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The form I am making allows the user to input information regarding building(s) on their property. If they have more than one building (perhaps a shed) I would like to make an "add item' button so that more cells appear for the user to explain the contents of their second (or third, or fourth) building.



I have tried several times using the sub-form function...but I just can't get it too work.



I am new to thie program and I am learning as I go along.

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There is a good example that you can follow that shows dynamic form functionality. It is located in your Designer install directory EN\Samples\Forms\Purchase Order\Dynamic Interactive\Forms



Have a look at the Purchase Order sample. It allows you to add rows to the Purchase Order and take them away...like you want to do. Note the use of flowed and position subforms as well as the commands on the buttons that are used to add the additional rows for the PO.