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  • Adding Data to a field from a repeating table....

    This might be a little hard to explain. Precursor: -I have a repeating table with a few fields.. one of which being a calculated field that brings back an email address from a list. -I then set a new normal text field (still within the repeating section) to default to what that field brings in (this...
    Posted to General (Forum) by rental99 on 07-23-2013
  • Re: Using EVAL and concat for concatenating fields in repeating tables

    Hello, Thanks for this post it was very helpful, i am using it and it seems to work and populate the text box but i'm also getting the error below. is there anybody that can help xdMath:Eval(xdMath:Eval(../my:RMS/my:RMS_Role, 'substring(concat(my:Role, xdXDocument:GetDOM("crlf")/characters...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Frenchy_c on 02-21-2012
  • Double Eval

    As a newbie I think I am over my head a bit but all research is leading me to having to enter a double eval and concat to a repeating table so the data can be exported from a SharePoint list to Excel. I have added a repeating table (tried to repeat the layout below) so the submitter would enter, for...
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by Kazzahere on 02-15-2012
  • Re: Using EVAL and concat for concatenating fields in repeating tables

    Interesting post as this was what I was hoping to do without code. My usage was a little different since I have a repeating section of 0 or more values. Additionally I only wanted to seperate the values with "; " if it was required, meaning 2 or more values. Based on your lead, I arrived at...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by Ryan Beesley on 01-06-2009
  • Re: Using EVAL and concat for concatenating fields in repeating tables

    Trying to build InfoPath forms with complicated logic without code is pushing InfoPath beyond some of its limits. Nonetheless, I did some research and was able to come up with an expression that will return a concatenated string of filtered values from a repeating table. Using a hacked together IF-like...
    Posted to Code (Forum) by smaus on 07-09-2008
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