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Data truncated in field but field configured to allow multiple lines?
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Has anyone seen this before? I have a description field on a report that is set to Allow Multiple Lines but is truncating the data in the field. I don't have Max Chars. set, it is blank. I also have not selected to Limit Length. This field is in a row of a table. All of the cells in the row are configured to Allow Multiple Lines, have Max Chars as blank and no Limit selected.The fields are text fields. The field in system I am reporting from is a long text field (32,000).

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I have a solution to my problem.First, don't use FormCalc. FormCalc running the code I was using leads to the inconsistent timestamps in the future.Switching to Javascript and leveraging custom code to generate the timestamp resolved our problem.

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Thank you, but why it would only be on one page and not all pages? We also just figured out that if we restart the browser the problem is solved. Dates appear as expected.

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Today I ran across an issue where the date generated on the last page of the report was one day in the future,even though the report was run at 8:30 this morning.Here is the code that is present in the master pages:// Current Date in short-style date format.$.rawValue = num2date(date(), DateFmt(1))I ran the same report about an hour ago and all the dates were fine, today's date. Has anyone seen this before?

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I completed a request a few weeks ago asking about the standalone designer and have not yet heard back. Is it not available for purchase?

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So I figured it out but I could use some more advice.I made a text field a calculated read only field with a calculation script. Once I added my javascript it worked fine.if ((myfield.rawValue == null) || (myfield.rawValue == "")) { myfield.rawValue = "No Value"; }I have approximately 30 fields in my form I would need to code this for. Would creating a function be better than adding this script to each field?

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We are using XFA forms to generate formatted output from a quality management system. I'm trying to modify the form to display a "No Value" message when there is no data from the system to output.I have some javascript to check the values:{if ((oField.rawValue == null) || (oField.rawValue == "")) { oField.rawValue="No Value"; }else{ oField.rawvalue;} }But I am having trouble figuring out how to add it to my form. I'm using designer 6.4. Any suggestions?

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Hello, I joined this group to learn about modifying existing XFA PDFs. As Adobe Lifecycle Designer is no longer supported, I'm interested in learning about the tools used to update existing XFA PDFs. If someone could point me in the right direction that would be a great help! Thanks in advance.

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