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Hiding field based on an object

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02-07-2019

Hi

I'm relatively new to Adobe Live Cycle Designer. I have been trying to hide a field based an object that exists in my XML but not visible in the form at all. I'm wondering how to do this.

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I will need to hide txtLine2, if ContentTypeCode = 2

Form :

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XML :

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Thank you in advance.

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Great it works. Thanks.

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Wrap the text box in a subform and bind the subform to the ContentTypeCode. The SOM should look something like SecondPostalRegulationsCompliantAddressLine.[$.ContentTypeCode != "2"].