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  • Re: How to do complex formatting rules

     Hi,  thank you. A non displayed field would be handy in this case, but since it is a SharePoint list form, every extra field results to an extra column in the list - not good. The manual rule definiton sounds interesting, how does it work?  I simplified the condition for this example. In fact, I got ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by elcoms on 02-27-2014
  • Re: How to do complex formatting rules

    Thanks, maybe that would work, but I thought about it again and the condition is different: Enable button if ( (Status == 1 || status == 2) && (p1 != current user || p2 != current user ) || (Status==3 && P1 == current user) || (Status = 4 && P2 == current user) ) The problem is that it is only possible to ...
    Posted to General (Forum) by elcoms on 02-26-2014
  • How to do complex formatting rules

    I need to activate a deactivated a button with a complex rule like: If (checkbox c is checked) { if (People Field P1 contains current user) { activate current button } } else { if (People Field P2 contains current user) { activate current button } } How is it possible without code? Thanks!
    Posted to General (Forum) by elcoms on 02-24-2014
  • how to insert a row to a repeating table in a generic way (InfoPath 2010)

    Hi,  I need to insert a row to a repeating table. The row is a complex tree structure with several repeating tables containing repeating tables. Because the structure will change in the future, I am looking for a row-structure-independant way to add a row. How can I do this? Thanks Stephan
    Posted to Newbie Questions (Forum) by elcoms on 08-19-2011
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