I have a "choice" datacard value field that has three options. The selectable choices are as follows:
Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation
Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)
I am trying to get a portion of my form to visible if EITHER "Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation" OR "Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)" is selected.
I am having trouble getting this functionality. So far I have tried the following:
If((DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = "Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation") && (DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)), true, false)
This results in the portion of the form not being visible at all and does not change for either option. Am I doing something obvious wrong? Thanks for any help in advance.
In the Visible property of the items in question, you should be able to dispense with the If() function since the statement
DataCardValue36.Selected.Value <> "No"
reduces to either true or false. To test make DataCardValue36.Selected.Value the Text property of a label on the screen and adjust the Visible property accordingly.
Hi @SamR ,
If following your logic, the formula should look something like this, just need to satisfy one of two conditions.
If(DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = "Standard Depth/Velocity Confirmation" || DataCardValue36.Selected.Value = "Full Velocity Profile (Flow >5in / 12.7cm)", true, false)
@Drrickryp's code is more concise, the code self returns a boolean value, so IF function is not required, directly check that the "NO" option is not selected.
Hope this helps.
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