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efarley
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Task form customization - rules don't work

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I am trying to create a customized task form which hides panels based on a context item field value, but the rule doesn't work.  I have also attempted to use inline function to create if, then, else statement based on context item field value to display in a calculated field, but this doesn't seem to work either.  Do rules and inline functions not work on task forms?

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Automation Master
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Re: Task form customization - rules don't work

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rules normally works on task form.

could you post an example what are you trying to do and what problems are you experiencing.

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efarley
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Re: Task form customization - rules don't work

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I believe I have figured out the issue.  I was basing my rules on values of named fields in the item form, these were failing.  I changed tact, and created a variable with a list lookup to the same field value and the rule worked as expected.

Ellen Farley

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Re: Task form customization - rules don't work

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fine if you got it working.

the picture you attached is somehow broken (332bytes?), if you still need any help, let us know.

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