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Re: Save a form using JavaScript script
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Perfect!  That is just what I was looking for.Thanks,Paul

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I am creating a form using Livecycle and Javascript. Is there a way to save a form from script?Thanks in advance,Paul

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I would like to display a custom validation message when a field is left blank. I tried the "Empty Message" box under object, value when the field is set to required but that did not work. How do I create a custom validation message.

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If any body has some sample code to iterate through a table that would be useful.

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I have a form that has a table with multiple rows that very depending on a value selected in a dropdown. I have each field in a row marked as a required field. If all the columns of a row are left blank than I don't want any validation to happen. I'm assuming I will have to do this in Javascript. Anybody have any suggestions or an example of the code to do this?

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Here is a link to the file. Let me know if it works: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByceL3vniFyJOGk3bG9ZRTlnenM/edit?usp=sharing

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Hi Cindy,Are you saying to not use the instance manager only when the row number is equal 0. I cannot seem to get this to work. I have attached the PDF file I am working on.Thanks,Paul

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I have a form with a table and dropdown list. The number of rows in the table is set to whatever the number value is in the dropdown list. It works fine but when the user selects zero the last row is removed and it is not added back when a non-zero number is selected. I want the user to be able to select zero as an option to show no rows. How do I make it so the rows reappear when a non-zero number is selected. Here is the code I have in the change event of the dropdown:var iRows = xfa.event.new...

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I got that to work just using this code in the change event of the drop down list and changing the settings of the table. var iRows = xfa.event.newText;TravelPlans.TravelTable.TravelRow1.instanceManager.setInstances(iRows);Now my problem is once I select 0 (zero) from the list and the last row is removed, It will not reappear when I select any other number.

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I have a form that I allow the user to determine how many rows will be displayed in a table. I am using a drop down list and use the following code. I would like no table rows to display when zero is selected but the last row is always displayed even when zero is selected. How can I remove the last row.var iRows = xfa.event.newText;if (iRows == "0") { //What code should go here}else { TextField1.rawValue = iRows; TrainingReport.TrainingTable.TrainingData.instanceManager.setInstances(iRows);}

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If I use the value zero it does not work. How would I remove all the row instances if the value is zero.

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I am creating a table that can have the number of rows vary by what the user selects. Some of the columns will have the same value as the provious row and they would want all the rows to be filled with the same column value. Maybe a checkbox above the column. Any ideas on how this can be done.

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Is it possible to have a user partially fill out a form save it and then come back to it and add more data before submtting. I will be using the Submit As XML Data option.

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I am having a hard time figuring out how to get the selcted value from a Drop Down List in the change event. I am trying to set the number of rows to the number selected in the Drop-Down List.I have tried: form1.#subform[0].DropDownList1::change - (JavaScript, client)Table1.Row1.instanceManager.setInstances(DropDownList1.rawValue);Can anybody see what I am doing wrong.

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Can you elaborate on this. What would be the syntax of this command.

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What I actually want to do is have the number of rows change depending on the number selected from the dropdown list.

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I would like to have a drop-down list that is pre-populated with number determine the number if rows that are in a table. Does anybody have an example they could show me?Thanks,Paul

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I would like to use the LiveCycle designer to create a form that multiple users can fill out and submit back to me. I would like to collect this data which includes 2 variable number of rows tables. The form is mostly completed and after watching the tutorial video I realized that it should probable be based on an XML schema. Can I add a schema to an existing form? What product would I use to collect the data from the forms. I don't think we could afford the $10,000 cost of the LiveCycle Suite. ...

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