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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 …

Author: Jeff M.
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Clear SearchSort FilterExpression

I am using the SearchSort functionality to find records in my table. If the user searches for something that doesn't exist I was hoping to use the "NoItemsTemplate" to show a simple message "No records found" and a CommandButton that would reset the …

Author: Bryan Lynn
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Select Case question - evaluate zero

I have as stored procedure that returns an integer output parameter (count of existing records matching criteria) In a template I am evaluating the output parameter and if it is less than or equal to 3 an Add button is displayed. Else, nothing is …

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When is SQL evaluated when contained in xmod:select?

Hi Xmod gurus, I think I suspect the answer to this question, but you guys have often surprised me with solutions outside the box! I've been trying to use the <xmod:select> statement as a type of input validation, and have not been having too …

Author: Fenske
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Imbeded Case in Template whilst evaluating a Case

Hi There I have a situation, where I wish to include a case within a case <Xmod:select> <Case 1> </Case 1> <Case 2 > <Case 2.1> Only show where both Case 2 and Case 2.1 is true </Case 2.1> </Case 2> < …

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