I added a message box to load the radio button control just after I used Transfer data to blank out a yes score. This is what I got: What the heck does this mean?
Hi @jaswerl ,
How did you use your transfer data rule? (some screenshots of your scenario might help more) / what are you trying to display in the message box?
I placed the radio button list control in the message to try to ascertain the value of the control after a user changes it and I used transfer data rule to transfer the change to a smart object. The green circle is what I got back. I don’t know what that means!
Does your rules look like this:
Why no it doesn’t look like that. What is that second rule?
I never say anything like it. What is it’s name?
Its the execute smart object method under actions. You can do a lot with its functions, like save, create, delete, list and a lot more.
Ah the name of your SO Value threw me. I have used that rule before and it does NOT save a change in the radio button value to the smart object. If the initial selection is Yes and the user changes it in a later step to No the changed value is not saved. In the next step it is still Yes.
Hi @Prineel here are some screen shots
If a user choses yes the yes is saved in my create method
In a later step the user changes to NO. Here is my Save method and configuration
Perhaps try transfering the value into a data label, and at the later step, use the save method to store the data label value into the smart object.
@Prineel Hi Prineel,
Thanks for working with me on this. I just tried your method. It did not work. the originally entered yes still exists in the final step.
One last attempt, is the defualt value set as “Yes”, if so, set it to empty or none and try again. If not im not entirely sure how to repro your scenario fully, can you perhaps explain how the later/final step works?
I’ll ty my best. This is a credit card authorization automation. The submitter fills out some personal details and then reads an agreement Then accepts or declines the agreement by selecting yes or no.
Im not sure how your workflows are set-up, but as a potential work around, when the form is sent back to verify, link the radio buttons to a user step (in your workflow, may need to create a new state) and then use the smart object method to save. Something like this:
I will try to do something like this tomorrow if i have time.
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