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How do I make a subform dynamic so that a textfield which is empty will be considered non-existing.

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Hello,

I have the following subform:

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What I want to accomplish is that, when P2 and/or P3 is empty, that the space between "nrEntrepriseClient" (Ondernemingsnummer) and the text block at the bottom will be gone in PDF view. There are conditions bound to P2 and P3, so when these are not met, the field will not appear.

Right now, my PDF view is the following:

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It's that whitespace between "Ondernemingsnummer" and the text block that I want gone.

The subform is in Flowed and Western text, putting it in Top to Bottom did not work.

Kind regards,

Jens

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Maybe you can help hiding objects:

data.#subform[0].#subform[2].P2::ready:form - (FormCalc, client)

if ($.isNull) then

    $.presence = “hidden”

endif

The same can be done for the P2 field.

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Correct answer by
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Maybe you can help hiding objects:

data.#subform[0].#subform[2].P2::ready:form - (FormCalc, client)

if ($.isNull) then

    $.presence = “hidden”

endif

The same can be done for the P2 field.

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I used something similar (by building it in the action builder) but it works !

It's something like this:

((this.resolveNode("$").rawValue == null || this.resolveNode("$").rawValue == "")) {

          this.resolvenode("$").presence = "hidden";

}


Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

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