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Re: Display all instances of dynamic field, separated by semicolon
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That worked like a charm radzmar!! Thank you very much for the quick reply.For anyone else that may need to use this code, the only edit I made was in this line:(i > 0)changed to(i >= 0)I failed to mention in my first post that I start with one instance -- so when I first tried the code it would combine the initial and first instance, then separate the others -- eg "email1email2; email 3; email 4"This is a much more efficient way of doing it too

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I currently have a form where I dynamically populate the To and CC fields of an automated email. First, I grab the value of the 'email' text fields in a table, and I populate another text field with it's value, then the 'submit email' button references each of the separate text fields to populate To and CC. This part works fine. However the last row in the table is dynamic, and therefore may have multiple instances.I don't know how to loop through the instances and grab each email separately, ri...

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Hi Bruce, Thank you, I'll give that a try! At the very least it'll make it shorter/ cleaner. I've built a feature before where on the click of a button, I grab the content of a text field with floating fields which sits in a hidden page, except I prompt just that page to print, then when the print options window pops up I just save as PDF. I built this feature essentially to do the same thing as the email above, where I build a templated letter with information gathered from the user filled form...

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Hi There, I'm still very new to LiveCycle and I've run into a problem. I have a script on a button that sends an email. I have an email 'template' text field which I populate with data inputted from a form that's filled out by the user. Now, I can get the body of the email to be the content of the text field where the email is being 'built' -- when I go to preview and fill out my form, then scroll down to the email template where all the data is being captured it's all there using floating field...

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I'm still very new to LiveCycle and I'm editing an existing form for our company. When the form is filled out and sent back to us by cients, we take the information in that form and put together a word doc (a templated document that's almost the same for each company, except the personal info and dates/ account info is changed). We convert the word doc to PDF then attach it as an email to the client. Right now we just manually copy and paste the info from the form (address, name, date, and a few...

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Thank you very much, that was it! This was so frustrating, I( really appreciate the help.

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So, sorry double reply to my own thread but I've at least surmised that the issue is the fact that my 2 tables are on 2 separate pages. So I've taken your examples code and broken the 2 tables apart over 2 pages, and confirmed the exact same thing happens. What seems to be happening is that the index for table 2 returns the value of 1, so of course each row in SecondTable.SecondRow.FirstName/LastName will returnwhatever value I enter for FirstName/:LastName in FirstTable.FirstRow.FirstName/LastN...

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Hi,Thank you very much for the reply. That is exactly what I need, and I open your form and see how it works and it all makes sense! however when I apply it to my forms it still only displays the value from the first instance of table 1 for all instances of table 2. So if I add 3 rows to the top table, and make the values for the rows '1, 2, 3' when I scroll down to look at the second table, it still shows '1, 1, 1'...Is this happening perhaps becuase the 2 tables are not contained within the sa...

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Hi There, I'm quite new to LiveCycle and I'm editing quite a large form that somebody built previously. I've got essentially 2 forms, where we fill out a top form on our end (administrators), then hide and lock our 'registration form' and send it off to the end user. Now on the top form, I've created a repeatable table. I've got it to work that when you click 'Add account' on the top registration form, it also adds an instance of that same table on the lower form that the user sees. Essentially ...

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