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Trying to Auto Populate Fields in info path

Posted on 2010-11-30
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I am trying to populate my fields based on the name i choose.  Now I am adding Formula that states  @AddressLine1[@Customer = @Customer] i am not getting the right info  1  2
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It's hard to tell from your screen shots but it looks like you're soo close, just one thing is incorrect.  In your filter it looks like you're referencing the same customer field twice.  it should be where customer (the field from the MAIN datasource) = @Customer (the field from your secondary datasource - ARCustomer)
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Sweet thanks.. i was close
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