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using comments from dbase

Hello,

HOW DO I CODE THIS PROCEDURE SUCH THAT WHEN A USER CLICK ON AN INCIDENCE HE SEES THE COMMENTS OF THAT PARTICULAR INCIDENCE ON THE TEXTBOX BY THE RIGHT

AND WHEN INCIDENCE IS NOT CHECKED IT DISPLAYS NOTHING.

RGDS

EMA

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Partner
Partner

Here's the solution.

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Master II
Master II

Put =COMMENTS in the textbox.

QlikView will display "-" if there is no comment or is there is more than 1 comment.

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I feel you didnt understand the question. plz find attached.

Thanks

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Master II
Master II

Did you try my suggestion?

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Partner
Partner

Try using the following expression in the Layout tab under Show Conditional

Count ( DISTINCT INCIDENCE ) = 1

Also, under the General tab include =COMMENTS.

Good luck,

Oscar

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I did Micheal

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@Oscar this isnt wat i want. find attached

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Here's the solution.

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cant we set the empty water incidence to become "No comment"?

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Sure, modify the text object expression to be:

If( IsNull(COMMENTS), 'No Comment', COMMENTS)