Hope you’re well.
Thought I had a good understanding of repeating groups, until this issue arose.
It’ll need a bit of context so, sorry for the long post.
I’ve got this app where data is pretty much like this :
So as you can see there’s this “Associated building” and “Managed buildings” thing, where the former would be one single building, whereas the latter is a list of buildings.
(That’s the case because some users are architect or any other construction professionals ; therefore they’d manage a number of buildings. Whereas some other users would simply be resident, being linked to one single building. In order to build some dashboard destined to the construction professionnals, I had to create this distinction - might not be the cleanest way )
Anyway, back to my problem: i’m trying to build a repeating group which would display a list of Users, using the following expression:
Do a search for Users, with the following condition: Managed buildings contains Current User’s Linked building.
… But the repeating group only displays the Users that have the Current User’s Linked Building as a Linked Building >>> Some professionnals that have Current User’s Linked Building contained in their Managed Buildings (while not having Current User’s Linked Building as a Linked Building) wouldn’t simply be shown.
But when I’m trying a single text formula to count them, they ARE counted !! Why wouldn’t they simply show up on the RG?
To anyone who read this infamous post, thank you.