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Select Case - Multiple Expressions

Jeff, You should be able to set CompareType = "Regex" Value='[[District]]' Operator = "=" and Experssion = "/(4|6|11|12)/m" I can't remember if I have used CompareType of Regex in the past, but I think this should work based on the docs. UPDATE: I …

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How do I use a field value from the script in an comparison?

In a template, I'm trying to use a value from the <DetailDataSource> script to show a checked image or unchecked image. Ex. <DetailDataSource>SELECT ADItem2 FROM tblTable</DetailDataSource> &lt …

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