I feel like you may be making this more complex than it needs to be.
Instead of writing all of those IF statements, why can't you just say
"if the specific selection is selected" make the subform visible. You
should be able to use indexes to programatically refer to the item in
the list box you need. As long as you aren't dynamically populating the
list box you should be fine. Also, Paul is right, newText won't work
Look into the following things...1. Select the DataRow for the table in
the hierarchy. In the OBJECT palette, select the BINDING tab. Verify
that "Repeat Row for Each Data Item" is selected. Check any of the other
three tabs as needed.2. Check that the subForm in which the table
resides is set to "Flowable". If it is not or your table sits in a
subform with many other things, you may have to do some rearranging.
Usually you can make a flowed subform appear like your positioned layout
I am having trouble using the Query Multiple LDAP to XML component. I
have it configured right(?) in the workflow. I am trying to retrieve a
couple of attributes about the user who is logged in. For now, I have a
text box with an invoke button on my form to simulate the action of
getting the logged in user.In my process, if I hardcode a user in or if
I invoke the process via the Components label it runs fine and returns
the correct XML. If I try to invoke the web service via my form, I
Using LiveCycle... I call a web service from my form that queries a
database for multiple rows and outputs an XML file. To bring that XML
into the form, I have it converted to a string (in the process) and
written into a text field once brought into the form. I then parse
through and take the information I need. My problem is some (but not
all) of the database fields that have no value show up as the value
"null". The rest show up as "". We can't have fields in the form
populating with the word ...
I just installed Workbench ES on my personal laptop to use for
developing the project I am on. The install of Acrobat Pro 8.0 (then the
8.1 update) and the install of Workbench including Designer worked fine.
When I attempt to run Workbench I receive an error after a few seconds
of the splash screen:"An error has occured. See the log file C:\Progam
ES\Workbench\workspace\.metadata\.log."Descriptive, huh. I cannot
navigate the that log file because the farthest ...
To make the background color of my form a grey/dark grey gradient, I
simply placed a subForm in the MasterPage that is the full size of the
page and set its fill color. I have a requirement that the background be
white ONLY when printed. I am trying to place the folowing in my
prePrint event (for the highest level of the hierarchy), but it will not
= "invisible";Page1 is the MasterpageBackground is the name of the
I have a form that is all dark grey background and white captions/text
fields. I have to keep it like that due to corporate compliance, but
when it prints, the background must change to white and all the captions
and text fields that are white must turn to black (to save ink). There are two issues here. First, on my masterpage, I just have
a rectangle the size of my page displaying the dark grey gradient for
the background. I need to make that invisible on pre-print. I am not
sure how to do this...
I have a dynamic table that adds a new row whenever the button beside it
is clicked. Pretty simple. When a new row is added there are two cells
(text fields) that the user is supposed to enter. One of the cells
contains an OK button. When the user clicks the OK button, I would like
the entire corresponding row to be set to readOnly, so the values can no
longer be edited.I figure there is some way of accessing a single
instance in a table using an index, but I cannot figure out the syntax.