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  • Re: Hide Section

    Hi Matt  Is there a way to programmatically determine if a section has been hidden?  Something like...  if (XDocument.DOM.selectSingleNode("//my:myFields/my:section").visible == false) {     <actions to take> } I've tried several variants with no luck.  Also, is there a reference site ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by g-man on 11-06-2009
  • Re: Rules on fields in a repeating section

    Success!  Here are the specifics in case anyone encounters the same issue.  On the TriggerValue field create two rules: Rule1 Condition dialog: First combo box: "The expression" Expression: "not(//my:myFields/..../my:TriggerValue[. != 'No'])" Action dialog: First combo box: "Set ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-04-2009
  • Re: Rules on fields in a repeating section

    Of course I read your post.  I'm very sorry, I wasn't thinking and should have taken more time with my last post - doing too many things at once.  What I wasn't seeing is the option "The expression" under the first field in the Condition dialog box. Like I said, still fairly new to InfoPath.  I'll ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-04-2009
  • Re: Rules on fields in a repeating section

    That's the problem.  If I put the rule on the TriggerValue field it does not allow me to specify "All occurrences of TriggerValue" as a condition, I'm guessing because it's actually inside the repeating section.
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-04-2009
  • Re: Rules on fields in a repeating section

    Wait, this won't work.  Placing this in the rules on the ResultValue field, the rule won't be triggered when the TriggerValue field is changed.
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-04-2009
  • Re: Rules on fields in a repeating section

    Yea, I posted a different thread because it was a different issue than I originally thought, having nothing really to do with the target being in a hidden section.  I didn't really understand your post when I first looked at it (moderate level of programming experience but fairly new to InfoPath).  I took another look at it and the ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-04-2009
  • Re: Rules on fields in a repeating section

    The problem is the rule needs to be set on one of the fields inside the repeating section and I'm not being given the option when I select the Condition field of specifying "All occurrences of <field>".  I have found a solution, but I'm not sure it's the best solution.  I have created a field on a hidden ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-04-2009
  • Rules on fields in a repeating section

    I have a field in a repeating section that I need to create a rule on.  I need the condition to check the value for all occurrences of that field, like this:  gpRepeatingSection (repeating section) TriggerValue (combo box - yes/no) ResultValue (combo box - yes/no) If all occurrences of TriggerValue = no then ResultValue ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-02-2009
  • Re: Setting a field value inside a hidden section

    That makes sense that the rules only fire during the change event.  The conditional format for the section is set to when "All Occurrences of" the triggering field != 1.  Unfortunately the triggering field is in a repeating section and I'm not being given the option to select any/all occurrences when ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-02-2009
  • Setting a field value inside a hidden section

    I have a form with a number checklist tasks, each in its own section with a combo box for the status of the task.  Based on other information entered on the form, checklist items may be hidden because they don't apply.  The default value of the status combo box is "Not Started", but I need to change this value to "Not ...
    Posted to Controls (Forum) by g-man on 09-02-2009
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