I have a repeater with multiple values that get added together outside the repeater in a calculated value control. This works fine.
When editing an item that was already created, the calculated value shows zero. In order to show the correct value, I have to force it to recalculate by changing a number or adding an additional row to the repeater(which adds zero the current total).
How can I get around this? If I set the "calculate on edit" to no, it just doesn't update at all. If I set it to yes, it starts off at 0 and I have to force it to calculate by making a change.
Can you please share the formula for your Calculated Control, and some configuration information about the controls it is targeting.
Are the controls inside of the Repeating Section that it is going to target to add together Single Line Text controls formatted to Numeric Values?
So the formula for the CV control is simply: sum(cvItemTotal)
The name of the CV it's getting the sum of is, of course, cvItemTotal.
cvItemTotal is just a multiplication of two single line text boxes, txtPriceEach and txtQty.
It works fine when submitting a New item. The only problem is when you open an existing item to edit it, the CV shows 0 and you have to force it to recalculate by changing a value in the repeater.
Also, I just realized I have a completely different list/form doing the same thing. 0's when you load the edit form page.
Does nobody else have this issue? It seems like a pretty straightforward thing, I'm not sure how I have an issue with the edit page showing 0 and nobody else has. There's not many spots for me to go wrong here lol.
Yea, absolutely. I have it happening in two different forms on different sites and lists. I'll do an additional test today. Where should I upload the the form to so you guys can access it?