I’ve a set up a pretty straight forward conditional on elements in repeating that is not evaluating properly. In the repeating group is a list of users, and I want to show if the users are active.
If a user active, I’ve check mark
If a user is not active, I’ve a red X
When I view the page, the active status of active users is evaluating as
Here’s the user in the database:
Is this one of those counterintuitive expressions where I need to write it as the opposite for it to display correctly?
I would use these conditionals for the “yes” icon and condition and a similar setup for the “no” conditions and icons
if parent groups active user is “yes”
if parent groups active user is not “yes”
That seems to make more sense to me when I use it.
No go my friend. I can only select a Yes or No value.
I am using a similar expression for First Name, Last Name, and a couple of other fields without issue. Their data is displaying, albeit only the field’s text and no conditionals.
Just a note, this repeating group will be a full list of users associated with the company, not just the 1 user that is logged in.
Found my mistake. These icons live in a group and that group was not assigned to a data source.
“Current Cell’s User”
Thanks for checking this out @jared.gibb
Side note. I removed the If “condition”; visible=false conditions. Seemed redundant since the icons are not visible on page load to begin with.
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