getting this error on a repeating section- "Unable to get property 'setMinutes' of undefined or null reference" Has anyone seen this before?
on my form, it was a calculated value control that was calculating a date on the form in the repeating section. As soon as I removed it, the error went away.
I haven't seen this error. Do you have an example of a form or some steps that we could use to reproduce this?
Can you send me an export of the form design? If not here, shoot it to through via email.
A List Template would also help.
Glad you figured it out
i faced the same issue, but it was solved by setting the Recalculate formula on edit mode to false.
but i need to recalculate on edit mode
is there a workaround?
this is the formula inside the calculated field
im doing this equals(dateDiffDays(StartDate,EndDate),"") because when Start date = End date, the calculated field doesnt show any data, it returns an empty string when its supposed to return zero
im i doing something wrong in the formula?
Hello ibrahim alnimri and Vadim Tabakman -
Was this issue ever resolved? Seems like a bug. I just reproduced this, but with a somewhat different formula. The error only occurs when using a Calculated Value in a Repeating Section. The same formula on the same controls outside of a repeating section does not have the problem. The form generates an alert based error for every new row added, but otherwise behaves normally. Just need to click on each alert, which is not reasonable.
I'm curious who marked this as "answered" as the response marked as corrected answer clearly is not a proper solution.
I'll submit this to support.
Did you ever hear back from support on this. I am receiving this same message now and I am NOT using a repeating section. Thanks!
Hey Josh Shutts - Support reproduced it and submitted a bug report to the product team. But I've received no timeframe for getting it fixed. (I've asked a few times.)
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