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Reset button and added rows

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Hello,

I've recently being making a dynamic flowable table with an "add a row" button.  I've also added a reset button to the form and it clears out all the text well, but I was wondering if there was any way for it to reset the rows in the table to 1.  I saw another post that indicated a reset button couldn't do that, but I wasn't not completely clear about that in the post.  Input would be appreciated.  Thanks!

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Looks like you are operating on the wrong table. Try...

// form1.#subform[0].Subform1.Button2::click - (JavaScript, client)

xfa.host.resetData();


var cnt = Subform2.Table.Table1._Row1.count;


for (var i=cnt; i > 1; i--) {

Subform2.Table.Table1._Row1.removeInstance(i-1);

}

rather than...

// form1.#subform[0].Subform1.Button2::click - (JavaScript, client)

xfa.host.resetData();


var cnt = Subform1._detail.count;


for (var i=cnt; i > 1; i--) {

  Subform1._detail.removeInstance(i-1);

}

Steve

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The attached contains a dynamic sub-form in which you can add and delete rows. I added a button called 'resetBtn' and add the following script on the click event. It gets the count of row instances, iterates over the sub-form removing row 2..n and then does a resetData() to clear row 1.


// form1.page1.detailHeader.resetBtn::click - (JavaScript, client)


var cnt = form1.page1._detail.count;


for (var i=cnt; i > 1; i--) {

  form1.page1._detail.removeInstance(i-1);

}


xfa.host.resetData();

Steve

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Level 4

I tried using the script you suggested in the post and the file and it did nothing.  Any other suggestions?  Thanks!

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I'm still hoping to find a way to reset the number of rows in the table on my form when I hit the reset button.  I tried the scripting suggested, but it just isn't working.  I'm including a link to the form if some could give me a clue of what I need to do, I'd appreciate it.  https://acrobat.com/#d=yQV38javGYBkrNdlvcQbKw

Thanks!

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Looks like you are operating on the wrong table. Try...

// form1.#subform[0].Subform1.Button2::click - (JavaScript, client)

xfa.host.resetData();


var cnt = Subform2.Table.Table1._Row1.count;


for (var i=cnt; i > 1; i--) {

Subform2.Table.Table1._Row1.removeInstance(i-1);

}

rather than...

// form1.#subform[0].Subform1.Button2::click - (JavaScript, client)

xfa.host.resetData();


var cnt = Subform1._detail.count;


for (var i=cnt; i > 1; i--) {

  Subform1._detail.removeInstance(i-1);

}

Steve

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Thank you so much.  I knew what I had originally been given wasn't correct and I was playing around with the script but I knew I wasn't right.