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Re: Multiple Dynamic Tables on the same Form - Adobe LiveCycle 06-11-2017
Simplify...I like it.  Thank you

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Multiple Dynamic Tables on the same Form - Adobe LiveCycle 06-11-2017
Still getting used to working with Adobe LiveCycle. I am building a form that I want multiple dynamic tables included. I added the first one and got it working thanks to some postings on this site. I then went to create another the same way and this one doesn't want to add new rows like the previous one. I copied and pasted the code in the "Add buttons" and made sure the same properties were set for each table and sub for, but no luck. here's a look at the structure:The code on the buttons:var r...

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Re: Dynamic Tables - not growing the table rows - Adobe LiveCycle 03-11-2017
Looks like code was written just fine. Turns out the problem was I was saving the PDF as "Adobe Static XML From" vs "Adobe Dynamic XML Form". Once I saved it as Dynamic, the table started expanding as expected. The fun of working with a new product...

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Dynamic Tables - not growing the table rows - Adobe LiveCycle 02-11-2017
I am working with ES4 and trying to create a table that will grow with the use of a button. I followed an online tutorial that was about 4 years old, but all the steps were valid with my version of LiveCycle. So I used the table wizard to create a 3 column table with headers. Next I placed a button next to the table. I then used the Action Builder tool to create action which was:Condition: When button Button1 is clickedResult: Add a new instance of Row1This resulted in the following code for the...

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