Sorry, the second condition is missing the ".Race" after the Run
Results". I removed some extraneous data from the spreadsheet's name for
example purposes but messed it up. The original spreadsheet name was
much longer and included event and date information that isn't relevant.
On 26/04/16 05:01 PM, Gary Dale wrote:
I'm trying to print certificates for a group of athletes and need to
have them reflect their standing in the event. The certificate has a
number of conditional text fields, such as to translate their gender
from M/F to male/female, which are working.
However the ones that are doing numeric comparisons aren't. The
comparison always seems to return "true" so the "then" condition is
printed. For example Run Results.Race.place == 1 is the condition but
the translation text is always "first place", never blank.
The slightly more complex Run Results.age > 18 AND Run Results.age <
60 always prints adult. I at one point had it print an else (senior)
but that branch was never taken.
I've checked the .odb file and the age & place fields are both of type
What am I doing wrong?
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