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O365 -  How to make a control visible based on another controls selected alue

Question asked by davidbeayon on Aug 19, 2015
Latest reply on Aug 20, 2015 by fhunth

I need to stress that this request is strictly for Nintex Forms for Office 365.

 

I have a controls that I would like to make visible when a specific drop down choice is selected. 

 

When the user selects Option A from a dropdown(CaseType), I want the control(Status) to be visible.   My initial though was to go to the Status Control Settings and set visible to  use the fn-Equals inline function.

 

fn-Equals(Case Type, 'Option A')

 

Didn't work - the status field never would show up.

 

OK, lets try fn-Contains

fn-Contains(Case Type, 'Option A')

 

Didn't work - the status field never would show up.

fn-Contains(Case Type, 'O')

Didn't work - the status field never would show up.

fn-Contains(Case Type, A)

Didn't work - the status field never would show up.

I tried variation of the above with and without the quotes for Value 2

So I thought that I would dumb the process down to at least see if any part of the inline function would work.

fn-Contains(Case Type, '')

Worked and the Status Control was visible.

 

So the ability is there.  My bet is that I am not putting the correct data in the value 1 and value 2.

Hoping that someone has an answer for me. I can't be the first person to try to do this with the O365 Version.

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