Your script language is not correct. If you use formCalc, you have to
select formcalc from the language drop down list at the top right the
from the drop down. This has to be done for each field with code in it.
That will sort out your problem.
There are numerous ways to do this. One way to get this working is to
make sure all these fields are numeric. Put the following piece of code
in the calculate event of the 'Total' field:this.rawValue =
xfa.resolveNode("form1.page1.NumericField2").rawValue;Just make the
'Total' field is set as 'Read Only' so that it cant be edited and make
also change the rsolveNodes to mat...
Hi Aaron, I cant replicate your problem. What I did notice though, is
when I make a selection on almost every selection box, I get the
following error:'cardtwo.TextField1 has no properties'. The error is
coming from the following piece of code in the change event:
'cardtwo.TextField1.caption.text.value = (this.rawValue);'I dont see a
TextField1 in the cardtwo subform so I suspect that this field has been
renamed and / or moved since that bit of code was added. Perhaps that
would be a good place ...
Thats strange, cos it works when i add the code to the mouseDown event.
When I click OK on the popUp it asks which handler I would like to use
(I have a digital cert and a signing pad). I can then sign the doc and
the form then attaches itself to an email. I do notice a small problem
though... If i try to 'Cancel' (ie abort the signing process) when it
asks which handler i want to use, the form still attaches itself to an
email even though the sig field is empty. Im not sure if you want it to
You should leave the '$record' binding on the cells, just set all the
aforementioned bindings to 'None'. Then if you import xml into the form,
the table should grow as expected. Attached is sample xml for you to
import into the form. You will notice the table grows nicely. The pdf
must be saved as a dynamic pdf for this to work.