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Ok, I think I got it fixed… my mistake was using a Dynamic Extractor name that used the customer’s ID instead of using the cell’s index.

Solution was to create an Input in the outer RG (set input as integer) containing the parent cell index as the extractor name (I suggest adding some text to make it unique “OuterRG + CellIndexValue”).

Then change your Extractor name on both the inner and outer RGs to this dynamic name. Reload is now working perfectly.

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Hi @gaurav ,

I have purchased your plugin and having some trouble with a simple setup.

Here’s my initial repeating group

Essentially, it’s showing a user’s list of their client’s invoices, and an input box to enter the email address for each client.

The actual setup is done via a popup box, but have done it on a test page, for easier illustration.

Once the user enters the email, they will click Save, and move on to another series of steps, and finally at the final step, I want to provide a confirmation screen of sorts, with the values they entered in the first step (as per the screenshot above) but it doesn’t seem to be working.

In the below image, I’m trying to load the confirmation screen but it comes up as blank

Any ideas on how to achieve this? :slightly_smiling_face:

Hi @gaurav , any update on this?

Hi @gaurav how do I change the delimiter?

Does anyone know how I can get it to compile the first item in each list?

This gets me the first item


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I’ve since removed the 1 from the extractor name. This screenshot was before.

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BUT the RGdata element still gives me the full list.


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I need Column 1 to be the first number in every list, Column 2 to be the second number, etc.

@gaurav I’m trying to extract an option set value. I can make it work sending the display, but I want to send the actual option set. Is this i possible? This sends nothing even if the group has a option set value:

Screenshot 2021-09-15 at 18.39.50

It’s like when you forget to add the “'s value” to a standard input.

Thanks, Peter