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Need to design repeating tables with multiple rows

mankuu33664440
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outputForm.PNGHi , I am new to adobe livecycle designer

 

I need to have a member table and contract table associated with each member. 

 

For example , 1st member has 1 contract , 2nd member has 2 contracts and similarly so on. Member can have any number of contracts.

 

I am attaching the desired output form and the input xml.

 

please help in designing livecycle designer form

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Kosta_Prokopiu1
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mankuu33664440
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<?xml version="1.0"?> <response error_code="0" version="0325"> <report xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> <report_data> <member_lenders> <member_lender number="1"> <primary_industry>COMP</primary_industry> <as_of_date>2020-11-02</as_of_date> <orig_receivable_amt>7062.02</orig_receivable_amt> <high_credit_amt>9385.16</high_credit_amt> <contracts> <contract> <contract_type>Revolver</contract_type> <equipment_type>COMP</equipment_type> <guarantor_code>UNK</guarantor_code> <term>0</term> <payment_amt>0</payment_amt> <payment_freq>MO</payment_freq> </contract> </contracts> </member_lender> <member_lender number="2"> <primary_industry>COMP</primary_industry> <as_of_date>2020-11-02</as_of_date> <orig_receivable_amt>7062.02</orig_receivable_amt> <high_credit_amt>9385.16</high_credit_amt> <contracts> <contract> <contract_type>Revolver</contract_type> <equipment_type>COMP</equipment_type> <guarantor_code>UNK</guarantor_code> <term>0</term> <payment_amt>0</payment_amt> <payment_freq>MO</payment_freq> </contract> <contract> <contract_type>Revolver2</contract_type> <equipment_type>COMP2</equipment_type> <guarantor_code>UNK2</guarantor_code> <term>0</term> <payment_amt>0</payment_amt> <payment_freq>MO</payment_freq> </contract> </contracts> </member_lender> <member_lender number="3"> <primary_industry>COMP</primary_industry> <as_of_date>2020-11-02</as_of_date> <orig_receivable_amt>7062.02</orig_receivable_amt> <high_credit_amt>9385.16</high_credit_amt> <contracts> <contract> <contract_type>Revolver</contract_type> <equipment_type>COMP</equipment_type> <guarantor_code>UNK</guarantor_code> <term>0</term> <payment_amt>0</payment_amt> <payment_freq>MO</payment_freq> </contract> <contract> <contract_type>Revolver2</contract_type> <equipment_type>COMP2</equipment_type> <guarantor_code>UNK2</guarantor_code> <term>0</term> <payment_amt>0</payment_amt> <payment_freq>MO</payment_freq> </contract> <contract> <contract_type>Revolver3</contract_type> <equipment_type>COMP3</equipment_type> <guarantor_code>UNK2</guarantor_code> <term>3</term> <payment_amt>3</payment_amt> <payment_freq>MO</payment_freq> </contract> </contracts> </member_lender> </member_lenders> </report_data> </report> </response>
Kosta_Prokopiu1
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Employee
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Kosta_Prokopiu1
Employee
Employee
Where do you open it? In Acrobat or in Aem Forms Designer? What version of Designer are you using exactly? What errors?
Kosta_Prokopiu1
Employee
Employee
🙂 ok my friend. You need to DOWNLOAD the file - this cannot be viewed in the browser like that. Then you need to open it in Designer and merge your data set (or in Acrobat pro and import data)