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Re: Find sum of two tables; display only if > 0 ?
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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. ...

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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 etching...

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Note that I've renamed the subform:The code for the AmtExclGST is:Sum($.resolveNode("ExpenseInfo").ExpenseDetails[*].Row1.AmtExclGST)And the code for GST is:Sum($.resolveNode("ExpenseInfo").ExpenseDetails[*].Row1.GST)This worked!Thank you very, very, very much!

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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?

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This doesn't appear to make a difference.

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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.

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Hello, Magus069, and thank you for the reply. As you can see, however, it doesn't achieve the desired result.

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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 ...

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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 so much!

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Hello.I am attempting to create a hazard assessment form.I have three drop-down lists, Exposure, Probability and Severity, respectively, that assign a numeric value to each of these.Exposure can be ranked from 5 (most severe) to 1 (least severe).Probabiliy can be ranked from 5 (most probable) to 1 (least probable).Severity can be ranked from 10 (most severe), 5, 4, 3 and 2 (least severe).Risk Cassification is a numeric field whose value is dynamically determined by calculating the sum of these t...

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I am encountering the same problem as the user who started the post http://forums.adobe.com/thread/874553I have read this thread in its entirety. To this point, all forms have been built using a button, and, using the Action Builder, I've assigned the following to the "click" event:When AttachDocuments is clicked, Attach a file to the form.In addition, given that some of our users will be using Adobe® Reader® while others have access to either Adobe® Acrobat® or Adobe® Acrobat®, we are trying to...

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This appears to work. Many thanks.

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Canadian postal codes follow the A9A 9A9 format. In my display validation pattern, I have text{A9A 9A9} In my edit validation pattern, I have text{A9A 9A9}|text{A9A9A9} In my validation pattern, I have text{A9A 9A9} I also have a JavaScript validation running client side.It reads: form1.#subform[0].Section1.PostalCode::validate - (JavaScript, client)this.rawValue = this.rawValue.toUpperCase(); Given these paramaters, I am stumped as to why I keep getting the following validation error: "The valu...

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Thanks again for the information; I'll pass it on to the people to whom I report.

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Workflowuser: ALL of our forms are designed in Adobe LiveCycle ES2. We create them as dynamic, XFA forms. Once a form is complete, we then open it in Adobe Acrobat Professional and save it as a Reader-enabled PDF. I hope this clarifies.

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Hello, George.The form in question does collect the following information:- witnesses' names (first and last) with the ability to add/remove rows- button to allow the user to attach witness statements and other supporting documents (e.g., photo of location, hazards, wounds/injuries)There are also autoexpanding textfields that ask for the user to describe the location, incident, injuries sustained, hazards/environmental conditions that caused the incident/injury, preventive/corrective actions to ...

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Workflowuser - Because of confidentiality, I am uncertain whether sending you our internal form would be a violation of our organization's confidentiality and disclosure agreement. I will need to look into that.George - I appreciate your reply; however, as I am still a neophyte, could you break it down even further for me? I will have to look further into our particular licensing agreement. If there is a way to achieve what we're after, would you be able to outline each of the steps in simple te...

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Thank you for your reply.I would like to ensure that I have understood you correctly. This is an additional software piece resident on the server that would allow for this type of collaboration?Can you explain how the presence of this on the server affects usability? How is serving a Reader-enabled form via a server different from a user's saving a PDF locally and using it client-side? What, specifically, is this software designed to do, and does it require a special web server to function as de...

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I recently finished creating a first aid report in LiveCycle Designer. The form includes a diagram of the human body (front and back), and we ask users to circle the body part affected or injured. This assumes that users will have access to annotations and commenting. However, I have discovered that, when opening this in Acrobat and exporting/saving the file as a Reader-enabled PDF (supposedly enabling Reader Extensions, in other words), this does not appear to have any effect: the annotation an...

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FormCalc: if date2 > date1 --> show/hide textfield (how?)
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Hello.I am currently creating a first aid record/employee's first report of illness/injury form. According to Workers' Compensation legislation, incidents must be reported within 24 hours. In the form, I have two date fields, DateOfInjury and DateReported, respectively. The display and validation patterns for these are set to "MMMM D, YYYY".I also have a text field in which the user can state the reason the incident was not reported on the it occurred. Essentially, if the values of the dates ent...

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Some users are reporting seeing this error message when they try to open specific PDF forms I've created in alternative PDF viewers.The forms do work on PCs using Firefox and Internet Explorer.They do not work on Mac using Safari, Chrome or Fireforx.Please wait... If this message is not eventually replaced by the proper contents of the document, your PDF viewer may not be able to display this type of document. You can upgrade to the latest version of Adobe Reader for Windows®, Mac, or LinuxÂ...

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Thank you; a blog post I found contained the answer I was looking for. Essentially:Now you see me, now you don’t.Interactive forms highlight where you should enter data. To turn this highlighting on, click the Highlight Existing Fields button.The fillable fields within the form (see example below) are highlighted in a light blue color. This lets you enter information into these fields. By default, Adobe® Reader® displays a red border around required fields. Pretty dang ugly, huh?Fortunately, it ...

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Now you see me, now you don’t.Interactive forms highlight where you should enter data. To turn this highlighting on, click the Highlight Existing Fields button.The fillable fields within the form (see example below) are highlighted in a light blue color. This lets you enter information into these fields. By default, Adobe® Reader® displays a red border around required fields:Pretty dang ugly, huh?Fortunately, it can be turned off. This script (placed on a form:ready event) will do the trick: if ...

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We are creating numerous forms in LiveCycle and are very averse to having to specify "User Entered - Required" for two main reasons:doing so places those ugly, red boarders around required fieldsmost fields on most forms are required, we don't want to clutter our forms with red bordersThe problem we encounter is that users can submit empty forms/null values via email, and I yet to find a way around this. Incomplete forms/data, particularly on things like requisitions and the like, can lead to de...

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I am familiar with the process for saving each XML schema received as a separate file and then using the Tools pane within Adobe Reader to merge these into a CSV file for use in Microsoft Excel. My organization is looking to create program enrolment/withdrawal forms and to send them to a generic email address for processing by a member of the administrative/clerical staff.Give that ours is a very large organization, there could potentially be countless program enrolment/withdrawal requests comin...

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This is the course I've taken and, unfortunately, appears to be the only course to take. I thought I would ask nevertheless; thanks for your reply.

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Hi, Magus069.I'm sorry, but can you be a little more specific. Is this a scripting command of some kind? If so, where should it be inserted/with which function or event should it be associated?Thank you.

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Within LiveCycle Designer ES2, is there a way to save and later load custom color swatches and palettes the way you can in Photoshop?This capability would help to ensure that we not only conform to our branding guidelines, but it would also save a lot of time. As it stands, I have to enter RGB values every time I fire up LiveCycle. They remain for the duration of my session, but if I close LiveCycle, all is lost. It's somewhat annoying...

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