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How do I refer to all instances of a repeating subform?
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How do I refer to all instances of a repeating subform? I am trying to protect a section of my form with a click of a button. The section can be repeated. It will protect the first instance, or I can specify an instance ([1], for example), but I don't know how to say "ALL" instances. I made a really simple example.xfa.resolveNode("Page1.row[1]").txtFirstName.access = "protected";

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Re: How to format Data in subject line of an Email
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Thank you, that worked.

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I have an email submit button on my LiveCycle form and the client wants data from the form in the subject line of the email. I have the button set up and the patterns set up on the fields but the data in the subject line doesn't display the way it does in the fields. this is what I have.var oDoc = event.target;var nSubject = Page1.Top.txtEmpID.rawValue + " " + Page1.Top.dteTo.rawValue;oDoc.mailDoc({cTo: "first.last@gov.ab.ca",cSubject: nSubject,cMsg: Page1.Top.txtLastName.rawValue + " " + "Perfo...

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