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Hide Form elements based on user Roles.

Posted on 2003-11-14
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More laziness.............

I want to hide a form element if either one of 2 conditions is true

in the properties tab I have selected "hide if formula true" and enetered the formula

@IsNotMember("[Creator]";@UserRoles)

Can I put a second formula in there thats checks to see
if the value of the field "IsEdit" is Yes

I want the form element to be hidden when either one of this conditions are true
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(@IsNotMember("[Creator]";@UserRoles)) | (IsEdit = "Yes")
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