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On 10/12/13 09:45, Larry Evans wrote:
I'm using LibreOffice with Build ID: 350m1(Build:2) running on

~/temp $ uname -a
Linux evansl-Inspiron-531 3.2.0-54-generic #82-Ubuntu SMP Tue Sep 10
20:08:42 UTC 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

When creating an XML Form Document, I'm having trouble using the
editor for my instance data.  The interface looked about like the

Element ---------------
  Name           [Tax]
  Default Value  [.01]
Settings --------------
Data Type       [Floating point]
[ ] Required    [Condition]
[ ] Relevant    [Condition]
[ ] Constraint  [Condition]
[ ] Read-only   [Condition]
[ ] Calculate   [Condition]

I checked the Constraint row, expecting that when I then
clicked on the [Condition] button, I would be able to provide
some expression, such as:

   0 < Tax

However, when I started to enter this, I got as far as:

   0 <

and the message:

   Error during evaluation

appeared in the Result window.  When I completed the entry to arrive

   0 < Tax

the message:


appeared in the Result window.  So, I just tried:


and got a blank Result window.

What sort of expression is expected in the Condition window?
The help button just sent me to:


   Enter a condition


   Displays a preview of the result

which wasn't any help.

Thanks for any help.


The links on page 25 of:

are being a big help.

Other's might find them useful.


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