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Am 10.01.2015 um 16:32 schrieb Heinrich Stöllinger:
I want the following to work in writer (LO, Linux-Mint 17):
if db.table.field != "" -> print db.table.field else print nothing.
In other words - if a field in a DB-tuple isn't empty I want LO
to print that field, otherwise don't print anything. I have no
problem printing "fixed text" if a condition is fulfilled. However,
I can't get it to work in case I want the DB-field itself printed.
H. Stoellinger

1) Insert > Field > Other > Tab "Functions"

2) click on Field type "Conditional Text" (or similar, I don't know the
exact english terms as I use a German localisation)

3) Enter...

Condition:    !db.table.field

Then:         (leave empty)

Else:         db.table.field

Works well on my machine ( x64)


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