Changing an object's presence based on an amount range AND a Pull-Down Selection

Eric_Rosenfeld 08-02-2017

Hi,

I have a form that changes various object's presence based on an amount range similar to this:

switch (true)

{

case this.rawValue >= 1 && this.rawValue <= 49999:

Subhead1.presence = "visible";

Subhead2.presence = "hidden";

break;

case this.rawValue >= 50000 && this.rawValue <= 250000:

Subhead1.presence = "hidden";

Subhead2.presence = "visible";

break;

default:

Subhead1.presence = "hidden";

Subhead2.presence = "hidden";

}

As an enhancement, I would like to add a pull-down selection field that changes the amount ranges based on the pull-down selection.

Can anyone offer any advice?

Thanks,

Eric

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BR001
MVP
11-02-2017

Hi Eric,

Here's one approach, there would be many especially if there is some sort of formula defining the min and max values.  With this approach I am assuming there isn't and the drop down values are Small, Medium and Big,

var ranges

switch (DropDownList1.rawValue)

{

    case "Small":

        ranges = { option1 : {min:0, max:499}, option2 : {min:500, max:2500} };

        break;

    case "Medium": ranges = { option1 : {min:0, max:4999}, option2 : {min:5000, max:25000} };

        break;

    default: ranges = { option1 : {min:0, max:49999}, option2 : {min:50000, max:250000} };

        break;

}

switch (true)

{

    case this.rawValue >= ranges.option1.min && this.rawValue <= ranges.option1.max:

        Subhead1.presence = "visible";

        Subhead2.presence = "hidden";

        break;

    case this.rawValue >= ranges.option2.min && this.rawValue <= ranges.option2.max:

        Subhead1.presence = "hidden";

        Subhead2.presence = "visible";

        break;

    default:

        Subhead1.presence = "hidden";

        Subhead2.presence = "hidden";

}

Regards

Bruce