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Re: [EP-tech] EPC and building Summary pages


Absolutely not sure it can be flagged as a 'best practice', but yes, it can be done...

<epc:foreach expr="note_numeros" iterator="nn">
<epc:if test="$nn{type} != 'nodoc'">
      <epc:if test="$index gt 0">, </epc:if>
<epc:phrase ref="note_numeros_type_typename_{$nn{type}}"/> : <epc:print expr="$nn{texte}" />

"note_numeros" has sub-fields "type" (a set field) and "texte" (a text field).
In this loop, we show only  entries with type!=nodoc, separated by commas.

There may be other ways to do that, perhaps more efficiently, but it works.

Best regards,

Le 17/03/2016 07:24, Matthew Brady a écrit :

Hi All,

Just wondering if I anyone has a ‘best practice’ thought on how to display certain sub-fields from a compound field (that allows multiples) in the summary page.


a compound field contains a subfield (set - (yes no pending)) which displays as a dropdown, and a text field to describe the specifics.

I am looking to display only the values from the text subfield when the corresponding dropdown choice = ‘yes’.

This could also be used to display funding detail specifics for only certain funders in the list, or any other myriad of similar scenarios.

Is this sort of thing possible using the ePrints Control Format?? It’s not something I have had much need to explore in the past, so any ideas are welcome.



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