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Hi all,

If any guys familiar with Adobe PDF forms, pass some documentation on that...

provide me some links....

I have a question here on the layout.... which is designed using Adobe Life Cycle designer...

I have designed 2 rows which has three fields and wrapped it in a subform..

<b>Is there any way to surpress the lines... if the lines does not have any values...</b>.

Kindly help me....

Thanks in advance.

Jaffer Ali.S

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 10:54 PM

    May be you can try this function <b>HasValue</b>

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    <i>HasValue

    Determines if the given parameter is an accessor with a non-null, non-empty, non-blank value.

    Syntax

    HasValue(v)

    Parameters

    Examples

    The following are examples of the HasValue function.

    Parameter Description

    v A valid accessor value.

    If v is not an accessor, the function returns “False” (0).

    Expression Returns

    HasValue(2) “True” (1)

    HasValue(" ") “False” (0)

    HasValue(Amount[*]) Error

    HasValue(Amount[0]) Evaluates the first occurrence of Amount and returns “True” (1) if it

    is a non-null, non-empty, or non-blank value.</i>

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 10:56 PM

    Hi,

    Check this Post, you have plenty of links

    adobe-forms

    Regards,

    Satish

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