Concatinate addr fields in Javascript for Livecycle designer

Hi , I am trying to concatenate addr fields for the text field in the live cycle designer using java script  as below

this.rawValue = xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].CAOName").rawValue + "\n" + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr1").rawValue || "\n"
                   if((xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue)!= null)
                    {
                    xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue}
                    else
                    {xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].City").rawValue||xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].State").rawValue||xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Replyzip").rawValue

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but i am only getting the CAO name and addr1 on my forms even though i have values for addr2, city, state , zip

can somebody help me to understand if the formula in have in the script layout is correct.


Thanks
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Koushik AnnaAsked:
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GaryCommented:
Where you are using || you should be using +
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Koushik AnnaAuthor Commented:
Thank you Gary , i tried as below , but doesnt seem to work , any advice

this.rawValue = xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].CAOName").rawValue + "\n" + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr1").rawValue + "\n"
                   if((xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue)!= null)
                    {
                    xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue +"\n" + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].City").rawValue + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].State").rawValue + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Replyzip").rawValue }
                    else
                    {xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].City").rawValue + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].State").rawValue + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Replyzip").rawValue
                    }
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GaryCommented:
Any error?
Are you sure this is returning a null value and not just a blank or undefined value?
xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue)!= null

If you alert the values do you get the values?
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leakim971PluritechnicianCommented:
Try this :
this.rawValue = xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].CAOName").rawValue + "\n" + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr1").rawValue + "\n";
this.rawValue += ( xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue  || "") + ( xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].City").rawValue || xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].State").rawValue || xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Replyzip").rawValue );

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Koushik AnnaAuthor Commented:
I tried you script, if the addr2 field is null its is returning as

Name
Addr1
null
State, city zip.
trying to avoid the null if there is no addr2.
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leakim971PluritechnicianCommented:
Strange...
Try this one :
this.rawValue = xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].CAOName").rawValue + "\n" + xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr1").rawValue + "\n";
this.rawValue += (xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue  == null) ?"": xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Addr2").rawValue;
this.rawValue +=   xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].City").rawValue || xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].State").rawValue || xfa.resolveNode("#subform[1].Replyzip").rawValue;

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Koushik AnnaAuthor Commented:
Thank you Gary, it worked.  but one last question
what does " += " indicate..?
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leakim971PluritechnicianCommented:
Gary? I'm leakim971...

this.rawValue = this.rawValue +
same as :
this.rawValue +=
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Koushik AnnaAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much leakim971, and i am extremely sorry for the name mess up ,  i apologize.
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