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Hey all!

Long time reader, first time poster!

I've got an issue that's probably killing a lot of us. The situation is like this in my table I have 7 columns that are yes or no and we'll just talk about 3 of them for now. They are GF, CF, MSG. I want to have one of my search pages report back in the following format:

Codes: GF, CF, MSG

The "Codes:" is html but the 3 fields would only show based on whether or not they were marked true or false

this is the jscript i have so far

var td = document.getElementsByTagName("td");

for (var i = 0; i < td.length; ++i)

{

var tdElems = td.childNodes;

for(var j = 0; j < tdElems.length; ++j)

{

if(tdElems[j].tagName == "SPAN")

{

if(tdElems[j].innerHTML == " " || tdElems[j].innerHTML == "" || tdElems[j].innerHTML == "No")

{

tdElems[j].style.display = "none";

tdElems[j - 1].style.display = "none";

if(tdElems[j-2].tagName == "BR")

tdElems[j - 2].style.display = "none";

}

}

}

}

It works perfectly when I have 1 field per line but it goes to hell when i have all 3 fields on 1 line so it'll work like:

Codes: GF

Codes: CF

Codes: MSG

(if all 3 columns are true for that record)

but it won't work when they're all on the same line

my guess is it looks like

Codes: GF

Codes: CF

Codes: MSG

and

Codes: GF, CF, MSG

Anyone got any ideas? My ultimate goal is simply this:

How can I make 7 True/False fields concatenate on 1 line?

i.e. Codes: CF, GF, MSG

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  • 11 months later...

Hi,

As I understand, on the results page you have seven Yes/No fields (with standard formating Yes/No), and you have one HTML Block where you want to display column names for Yes/No fields (GF, CF, MSG etc.) only if there is "Yes" value.

Try to insert following code into the footer on the 'Configure Results Page Fields' page:

<script type="text/javascript">
var v_index = 0;
	var v_ths = document.getElementsByTagName('th');
	var v_trs = document.getElementsByTagName('tr');
	for(var v_i=0; v_i<v_trs.length;v_i++){
		var v_tds = v_trs[v_i].getElementsByTagName('td');
		if (v_tds){
			for(var v_j=0;v_j<v_tds.length;v_j++){
					if (v_tds[v_j].innerHTML=='Yes'){
						v_tds[v_index].innerHTML+= v_ths[v_j].innerText||v_ths[v_j].textContent||v_ths[v_j].text;
						if (!v_tds[v_j+1]) break;
							for(var v_k=v_j+1;v_k<v_tds.length;v_k++){
								if (v_tds[v_k].innerHTML=='Yes'){
  								    v_tds[v_index].innerHTML+=', ';
									break;
									}
							}
					}
			}
		}
	}	

</script>
And replace value for var v_index with corresponding cell number of the HTML Block in you page (numbering begins from zero).

Code from example with 0 value for var v_index works when HTML Block inserted before all fields on the 'Configure Results Page Fields' page.

Let me know if this helps.

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