Ok have a look at the update, any idea?
I wonder what would happen if you set up a custom action on your Add button that first does a View Details through the relation, followed by the Show Form action. Hopefully it would then be sitting on the correct row through the relation, so you would have access to the details of that matching item within the form.
Will it work with Multiple UPC? i did do a test from a view. But from the Single Relationship it currently fails. Assuming it has multiple matches.
Change it to a multi-relation and then display it as an inline list.
Then from there, do what Jeff said.
That worked immediately. Going to redo everything to the new inline list.
Try using lowercase true
Also, add a checkbox component to the screen pointing at that same column. This will help you debug
yes, so that indicates that you’re not on the row that you think you’re on
OK i see where i messed up thank you guys for your help i believe i got it from here.
Just a comment.
Stop using “True” and “False”, I use 0 and 1 for all calculations, ifthen, filter, visibility, … and it works fine.
“True, False” are just literal expressions of a Boolean value.
Thank you for the tip. Using it now. The true issue was that i needed to create checkbox and hide them. I couldn’t get the filter working since checkbox have default items.
Just a little advice.
To do an ifthen, filter, visibility test, use the expressions “is 1” or “is Not 1”.
So you don’t have to worry about the “Empty” value.
do not use a test with the value “0”.
Results on something i worked on a simlure project in the app. It wasn’t easy and MY DB was added another 20 rows. Here you go.
Math needed in glide for fast results.
Convert this to inglide math.
COUNT/COUNT UPC IN ORDER DOWN
COUNT/COUNT UPC On JOB SITE
=ARRAYFORMULA(if(ISBLANK(B2:B) <= false,COUNTIFS($K2:$K&B2:B,""&$K2:$K&B2:B,ROW($B2:$B),"<="&ROW($B2:$B)),0))
COUNT/JOB SITE TOTAL
=ARRAYFORMULA(if(ISBLANK(B2:B) <= false,COUNTIFS($K2:$K&B2:B,""&$K2:$K&B2:B,ROW($B2:$B),"<>"&ROW($B2:$B))+1,0))
COUNT/ALL TOTAL PRODUCT
I’ll watch your video later, but have you tried creating relations and then create rollups on top of that relation to get your unique counts?
Nope but guild me a bit, What am i relating to? lets give it a shot.
OK i see what you mean. What about if i want to get the results on the right, Comparing Job Site and Name of item. The right one is the correct one.