Regarding the "Creating a purchase order form that has a flowable
layout" Help Tutorial, I can't seem to get the data to pull in for just
the PO in question, is there a secret?Ideally, it should create one form
for each PO with the detail lines for each PO on the individual forms.
Can we do this?Many thanks!
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Many thanks for your response.Yes, saved as Dynamic XML.Row1 and it's
subform both set to repeating. ( Make sure that the object you are
targeting is set to repeat in the Object > Binding tab)I'll see if I can
do the upload.
I've read the threads and done numerous searches. Not sure why the add
row button isn't working, other buttons work.Here's what I've found and
done.Print button subform - positioned (have tried flowed, too) allow
page breaksTable: body rows vary - Insert wrap in subform - subform
flowed - allow page breaks row 1 binding - repeat row for each data item
- min 1, max 25 (why won't it keep an initial count when I try putting
in 1 or 0?)Form properties - preview in dynamic PDF, interactive - PDF