Thank you for your suggestion. I'm not certain that it addresses my
issue, however.The form has two check boxes: giftware, and clothing.If
the user checks giftware, the giftware table appears and he/she can
enter values. The table is coded such that the footer row does $ =
sum(Row[*].Pre-price) to determine the sub-total. The grand total for
the table is calculated as the sum of 5% tax added to the sub-total.If
the user checks clothing, the clothing chart appears, and the user can
enter values. ...
I am presently creating an order form in LiveCycle. Within it are two
checkboxes: clothing and giftware.Each checkbox is tied to a table,
visible or hidden, depending whether the box is checked. With me so
far?The first table allows the user to specify color, style, quantity,
list price, logo/insignia location, etc. on clothing. The user can add
or delete rows, and the table calculates the total, sales tax and grand
total on the fly. No problem.The second table allows the user to specify
Note that I've renamed the subform:The code for the AmtExclGST
the code for GST
worked!Thank you very, very, very much!
If Add row is clicked, add a new instance of ExpenseDetails table.
Conversely, if Delete row is clicked, remove current instance of
ExpenseDetails table.These actions were built using the Action Builder,
not code.Can you let me know where the wildcard, [*], goes?
Unless I misunderstood your post, I put the line of code provided in the
GST cell of the Labels row in the Totals table.This illustrates the
table, and that it's configured to be repeatable.As indicated earlier,
the Add/Delete buttons add/remove an instance of the entire table.
I'm using LiveCycle ES2 to create an expense claim form. I have no
trouble calculating the sum of all values in a column in a table with
repeatable rows. However, this form is more complex. As you'll see, each
item (expense) is a table. Clicking the button adds a new instance of
the table. No problem with the calculation for GST, either.Where it gets
tricky is trying to dynamically calculate the grand totals for all
expenses incurred and for all GST. This is in a different table, as you
can see ...
It works beautifully!I've kept the two separate: the calculation appears
in the numeric field, while I've taken your suggestion and added your
code to the text field and replaced the $ with the field name.Thank you