I have a situation where a user selects a value from a list. Based on this selection, one of two fields becomes enabled. The user completes the enabled field and everything is fine. Shown in box 1 below.
However, if the user then changes their mind about the first field, they switch it. Now the second field (which they have completed) becomes disabled and the other one becomes enabled, as shown in box 2. They fill this in, hit submit and now both values appear in the list, which is not the behaviour I am looking for.
Any ideas or help would be greatly appreciated!
I may be wrong but I would say that disabled controls are not submitted with Nintex Forms.
"JC" appears in the list item because it was submitted the first time. If you try to change the value on the Edit Form because changing the "Inspection Type", "JC" value in the list item shouldn't change.
Could calculated values be a solution for you?
I mean, disable connection from drop down list and remap it on a calculated value with a such formula :
Disabled controls are indeed submitted with the Nintex forms. This is a new item form, never submitted before. And my disabled fields appear after it is submitted for the first time.
I did really think that disabled fields were, well, disabled completely.
You're right. Always test a bit before committing post
Less intuitive for users but...