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Old March 12th, 2019, 11:08 AM
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Default Multi-Line table header removal

Hi there,
Back again with more multi-line ?'s


1. When using the multi-line wizard, it puts in the field name above the data. How can I remove that? I just want the data, no header.
I'm guessing convert to Javascript and change something, but I don't know what is pulling the header name:
Code:
// Rule converted from XML Template "Multi-Line_NAME":
// Choose the following values:
// Begin XML Template selections //
var Field1 = "Member Information"; // "Field for column 1" (Required): FieldList
var Field2 = ""; // "Field for column 2 (optional)": FieldList
var Field3 = ""; // "Field for column 3 (optional)": FieldList
var Field4 = ""; // "Field for column 4 (optional)": FieldList
var Field5 = ""; // "Field for column 5 (optional)": FieldList
var Field6 = ""; // "Field for column 6 (optional)": FieldList
// End XML Template selections //

var fields = [Field1, Field2, Field3, Field4, Field5, Field6].filter(String);

var XDF = FusionPro.GetMultiLineRecords();
var result = [];
for (var r = 0; r <= XDF.recordCount; r++)
{
    var values = [];
    //for (var c = 0; c < XDF.fieldCount; c++)
    //    values.push(XDF.GetFieldValue(r, c));
    for (var f in fields)
        values.push(XDF.GetFieldValue(r, fields[f]));    
    
    result.push(values.join("\t"));
}
return result.join(Chr(13));
2. I only want sub records to populate (if any) and not the first one of the multi-line record. what would I change to make that happen?


3. I suppose I should also ask if there's a simple way to just call out a specific iteration of multi-lines like: 2nd line, 3rd line, 4th, 5th etc... of a multi-line record so I could manipulate it that way.


Thanks for your help!

Last edited by dmp; March 12th, 2019 at 12:23 PM.. Reason: added #3
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Old March 12th, 2019, 02:58 PM
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Default Re: Multi-Line table header removal

Quote:
Originally Posted by dmp View Post
1. When using the multi-line wizard, it puts in the field name above the data. How can I remove that? I just want the data, no header.
Change:
Code:
for (var r = 0;
to:
Code:
for (var r = 1;
Record "zero" is the header row.

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Originally Posted by dmp View Post
2. I only want sub records to populate (if any) and not the first one of the multi-line record. what would I change to make that happen?
Change it to:
Code:
for (var r = 2;
Quote:
Originally Posted by dmp View Post
3. I suppose I should also ask if there's a simple way to just call out a specific iteration of multi-lines like: 2nd line, 3rd line, 4th, 5th etc... of a multi-line record so I could manipulate it that way.
Sure, in a call like this:
Code:
XDF.GetFieldValue(r, c)
You can set "r" to whatever row/sub-record in the multi-line data you want.
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Old March 12th, 2019, 03:11 PM
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Default Re: Multi-Line table header removal

Dan, You continue to amaze me good sir. Thank you very much!
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