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It turns out, when tables are manually named, they have to be put in the following form:for (var i = 1; i<24;i++){ var tasks = "form1.sfMGR.sfCheckList.sfMainItems.Table10.Row";var taskResolved = xfa.resolveNode(tasks + i);}

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I can't seem to get Livecycle to resolve the row nodes.Error:TypeError: taskResolved is nullEach Row is named as follows:Row1Row2...Row23(They are not dynamically named, hence I can't use resolveNodes)The path is correct since the following works and shows the presence detail:textbox1.rawValue = form1.sfMGR.sfCheckList.sfMainItems.Table10.Row22.presence;(NOTE: The code is shorted to isolate the problematic code, the ultimate goal of the complete code is to count how many rows in the table are se...

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I use resolveNodes to count the number of rows on the form and label each text cell (nodetxtnum.rawValue) with the row number.

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Thanks for the response. I'm aware of the workaround of naming each row uniquely. Because the code uses length from resolveNodes to count the number of rows, all the rows have to remain as instances not unique names.Is there a way to work this without remaining the rows?

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has anyone else had this issue?

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InsertInstance function doesn't seem to work on Row1[2] and beyond but it works for Row1[0] and Row1[1].Basically insertInstance generates errors whenever there's more than 1 row instances premade inside Designer.Error: Index value is out of boundsPicture below is of object hierarchy.Each "+" button calls the addRow function inside the script objectScript ObjectHow can I fix this?

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