I'm confused. If using the field names I have above (not static numbers
as in your example), would this be:(OT.rawValue *
Hours.rawValue).toFixed(2)??Because that doesn't work under the
calculate function of LiveCycle Designer.
In our LiveCycle Designer form design we have a repeating table with a
Total field. The total is rounding some numbers up and not rounding
other numbers. For example:58.81 x 42.5 = 2499.43 which is correct.60.49
formula we are using is:this.rawValue = OTRate.rawValue *
Hours.rawValueAny ideas on what is going on here???
I have a dropdown menu with three choices: Level I, Level II and Level
III. If the user selects "Level I" from the menu, I need a checkbox
named levelI to be checked. If they select "Level II", I need the
checkbox named levelII to be checked, and so on.I don't care if the
boxes are checkboxes or radiobuttons. I don't know if the code needs to
go in the dropdown menu field or in the checkbox/radio button fields. If
you can help, please be sure to specify whether this would be entered on
a change ...
Yay - the answer was emailed to me - thank you!!! Here's what worked:Put
this script in the scripting window… Show: exitLanguage: FormCalcRun At:
Client form1.#subform.Table2.Row1.dtf::exit - (FormCalc, client)
I have been researching this for hours and I just can't figure it out so
hopefully someone can help me here...I have a timesheet form where I'd
like the user to click on the first box which I've set up as a date
field so the little calendar pops open. Once they choose the date in
that field (which I've named dtf) I'd like the rest of the fields to
automatically populate with the dates for the remainder of that week.
I'd prefer the format to only show the month and day - no year is