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InfoPathDev.com is dedicated to bringing you the information and tools you need to be successful in your Microsoft Office InfoPath development projects.
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Recent Forum Posts

  • Re: text box only shows first row of result set from sql query

    Thank you. This does retrieve the five rows I am expecting, but it creates a few blank values before the first record, and hundreds of blank records below the fifth row, making the form VERY long. I've attached a screen shot to show you if that helps. Many thanks!. Lou
    Posted to General (Forum) by lou d on 07-29-2021
  • Re: text box only shows first row of result set from sql query

    I put a repeating table with a single column, a calculated value, and the header and borders removed at the bottom of the view in this copy of your form. I also included some info on what I did. This is the approach I'd take rather than using a formula.
    Posted to General (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 07-29-2021
  • Re: text box only shows first row of result set from sql query

    Thanks. The result set would just have one column. There are other fields that will have multiple rows, but I was hoping to figure it out for this one and then I'll do the others. I added a repeating section towards the bottom of the Modify Metric view to test this out, and dragged the field from the SQL data connection onto the form. It did show...
    Posted to General (Forum) by lou d on 07-29-2021
  • Re: text box only shows first row of result set from sql query

    So - in my sample form, I just used a repeating table to show you how a double eval works. In your form, the formula would change - feel free to attach your form to a reply if you need a hand. You can attach the form under the options tab in a reply. Does your returned data only have one column? Or are there multiple columns? Personally, I'd just...
    Posted to General (Forum) by Hilary Stoupa on 07-29-2021
  • Re: text box only shows first row of result set from sql query

    Thanks for the info. This form is running a sql query and returning the result set to the form. I do not need to enter rows onto the form; i just need to display the sql results. There are a few fields that have more than one record and it would be easiest (if possible) to display the multiple rows (never more than 8) in a text box. Do I add the repeating...
    Posted to General (Forum) by lou d on 07-28-2021

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