When the user selects "Packaging" from the Packaging or Ingredient Change choice control, the Packaging change type choice control appears. The opposite happens when they select "Ingredient".
User then changes their mind and changes the selection from Packaging to Ingredient
The selections made under Packaging are still there. These need to be cleared somehow.
Against the Packaging Change Type container, I have a hide rule when Packaging or Ingredient Change? container is not "Packaging". PackagingorIngredientChange!=="Packaging"
And then against the Ingredient Change Type container, I have a hide rule when Packaging or Ingredient Change? container is not "Ingredient". PackagingorIngredientChange!=="Ingredient".
I build it like you have. Dropdown with two choices
2 choices one "Packaging" and one " Ingredients"
One for the Panel(Container)
One for the choice "Ingredient"
Thanks for that. It makes sense now. When a field is hidden (even if it was filled in error and then hidden again) whatever they did select doesn't not get submitted and go into the list.
Thanks for your help
If neither is connected to a column, it's never going to store either value. If you connect the two dependent choice fields to a column, it will still retain the value selected (even if hidden). How do you resolve this in responsive?