How do I make a calculation work where the fields being calculated are in different subforms?
My problem at this point is simply, How can I use numeric fields at different subform levels in my equations?
Oh, and to find out if you're not sure, whilst in the script editor (cursor active in there, otherwise it doesn't work) you can hold down ctrl and shift and then click on the field in the Design View and it will give you the absolute address.
I'll give that a try. Appreciate your time. I'll let you know what I find out.
Everything worked great. Thanks. Now I have another problem. Fixed one leak and now there's another.
How do I keep a numeric field from one button selection present to be used in another calculation from another button selection? The field is disappearing after making an additional selection. I have a grand total field that requires this field. There are 4 button selections each with their own calculation field in a subform. The grand total field requires the use of the selected button's field to complete the calculation. I think I can make the gran total calculation work using the samefilename[" + i + "] in the grand total equation. I just need to get the damn thing to stay on the form after another selection is made. I've tried using the change, exit events but maybe I am not coding this correctly. Is this clear as mud or did I explain it o.k.? I'm using Life Cycle Designer 22.214.171.124
It's not the button I'm looking to have remain on the screen. It's what's in the subform of that button. Functionally the calculations are working but I need the subform of one of the 4 buttons the user has to selct from to remain visible after the user makes another radio button selection down the page. The last buttons the use has to select from pop up a grand total. I know it's with my code which I gave an example of in the other post. This is the basic code I am using in the calculate event of the subform. I've tried writing a switch statement, if..then, etc and tried different events but my scripting experience is only these past two months.
Rather than have you trudge around I've posted the content from my other question below:
Radio Button Script Question
didley35 - 08:37pm Dec 15, 2008 Pacific
How can I alter this script to leave the field this references visible but only when another button of my choosing is clicked on?
if(RBList.A.rawValue != 1)
this.presence = "hidden";
newsubform.presence = "hidden";
else if(RBList.A.rawValue == 1)
this.presence = "visible";
newsubform.presence = "hidden";
As it is now the field disappears when any other buttons are clicked on. I need the field to remain visible but only when a button used for a grand total field is selected. The above script is being used in the calculate event of the subform. I've tried several things but just can't seem to hit the nail on the head.
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Thomas McConnachie - 12:45am Dec 16, 08 PST (#1 of 2)
I would wrap this radio group in another if statement looking at the second statement and an if statement in the click/change event of the second radio group diong what you want it to.
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didley35 - 6:43am Dec 16, 08 PST (#2 of 2)
Thank you. That is what I was thinking but my brain just isn't running at full steam. Lack of sleep and little ones plus a drop dead deadline of this Friday to have this and 5 other forms completed. Would it be too much trouble to provide a visual reference of how the code should look? I've only been doing this about 2 months and although I've been forced to learn a lot I'm still not the best of the best when it comes to scripting. I know what I want to do. I just can't put the pieces completely together yet. Thank you for your help.