I am developing form which has one repeating section with around 25 controls and it makes form pretty large. I had customer meeting yesterday and he pointed out that repeating section is not already required by company staff.
He asked provide a link or button for the staff to click on a link and only when staff clicks on the link or button, I need to show the repeating section.
Q: How could I achieve this?
Thanks in advance.
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I would drop the repeating section into a panel, and then set a rule on the panel to hide it.
What you can then do is add a button "Show ( topic ) Section" that will effectively hide / unhide that panel.
This thread will teach you how to create such a button:
Sandy S -
I would approach it just as the others have suggested; using a panel with some rules to hide/unhide the panel on demand.
Alternatively, you can use a checkbox and then use a rule to hide/unhide the panel when the checkbox is check/unchecked. Different approaches, same result!
Let us know how things work out for you and if you need any help!
Hi Jesse McHargue
Thanks your help. I checked both the solutions and my form worked well.
Thanks a ton for your inputs.
My Form is working
Better use a Panel Control and drag & drop your controls which you want to hide and impose rules for that panel control.
This can still be fine tuned as
1. By Clicking a Radio Button or a Check Box can make you panel to be visible \ hide.
2.Any custom event can be triggered.
Follow this for better understnading of Nintex Rules : Show or hide controls with Rules in Nintex Forms