I have no experience with this. However, I would think that you could
use a variable. Set the value of the variable to the path to the
database. Then change the pop-up window to have the variable. Not sure
if that will work or not, but seems like it would be worth a go.
I created an interactive checklist for my sales team to use. Depending
on the type of contract, the questions on the checklist change. Only
those questions that appear are required fields (no hidden required
fields). The checklist has yes/no radio buttons to determine if
information in contract is correct. If they select "No," a comments
field is fillable and mandatory (otherwise it is read only and not
mandatory). This uses a custom submit button. Everything works
perfectly! However, when the e...
Ok. I have figured this out. I am not sure why it works, but I am sure
that it works. I tried moving the script from the CheckBox to the Row of
the table. I think because the field is referencing a different field
(rather than itself) in the "if" part of the statement, that is what
allows it to work. If someone could provide an explanation as to why,
that would still be awesome!
Let me add this. The scripting to show the fields lies with the radio
buttons. It looks something like this:form1.Subform1.CheckBox3::change -
(FormCalc, client)if ($.rawValue==1) then
form1.Subform5.Table1.Row3.presence = "visible" else
form1.Subform5.Table1.Row3.presence = "hidden" endifWould it help if I
moved the scripting to the row on the table? For
example:form1.Subform5.Table1.Row3::change - (FormCalc, client)if
(form1.Subform1.CheckBox3==1) then $.presence = "visible" else
$.presence = ...
I am developing a dynamic form.There is a RadioButtonList that depending
on the option (1,2,3), will open a Subform (1,2,3). Each Subform
contains a different set of checkboxes. The checkboxes for each Subform
(1,2,3) are tied to a different Subform (5,6,7). Subforms 5, 6, and 7
all contain tables. The checkboxes in Subforms 1, 2, and 3 are tied to
the rows in the tables in Subforms 5, 6, and 7. All rows of all tables
are set to "hidden". When checking a checkbox, the associated row of the
Because I thought you were supposed to. I should have mentioned - I am
not a programmer. I am a technical writer.I treated the "endif" like a
closing parens. I did try removing the "endif" and it no longer told me
that accessor 'a' is unknown. However, now I get a syntax error. Here is
what I have:if (TextField1.isNull) then var a = "" else var a = "\n" +
TextField1.rawValueif (TextField2.isNull) then var b = "" else var b =
"\n" + TextField2.rawValue$.rawValue = Concat (a, b)Error: syntax error...
Thank you. Tried the following:if (TextField1.isNull) then var a = ""
else var a = "\n" + TextField1.rawValue endifif (TextField2.isNull) then
var b = "" else var b = "\n" + TextField2.rawValue endif$.rawValue =
Concat (a, b)Received the following error: Error: accessor 'a' is
Good afternoon. I am designing a form, and am running into issues on how
to create a concatenated field. I have multiple text fields for entering
comments throughout the form (TextField1, TextField2, etc.). What I am
trying to do is set up an additional calculated field that will display
all of the comments listed elsewhere in the document.Here is the rub - I
want each of these to start on a new line, and I don't want a blank line
if no comment was left.I tried using variables (var), but don't k...