At the end of the day in order to get the drop down list to dynamically
populate, the XML structure I was utilizing from the XML tools plug-in,
in Microsoft Excel was creating the XML format I listed above. You could
probably write an example to get rid of the individual listed
above by putting all of the 's together and 's together
is what worked. Or if I wanted to maintain the relationship have
CatInTheHat Dr.Suess. I had to
re-adjust my thinking on nodes and values in order to get this to wo...
So the answer to this specific question posted above, was to keep the
field bound, then setting the value of the bound to =
'null' at the start of the exit event. The query 'SELECT UserID FROM
FormsData WHERE UserID = 'DDuck', would return nothing not 'null'. So by
inference, setting the to 'null' before hand would ensure
that the IF statement later on could evaluate if was null
or returned something as != 'null'. This worked like a charm. I don't
however have a good sense on working with var...