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skips for multiple select

Hello team,

Is there any way I can write a conditional statement that helps me to deal with multiple select when it comes to skips.

Thank you



  • GerbenRienkGerbenRienk Posts: 838 ✭✭✭
    Hi Paul,
    With a multiple-select you can use a combination of Show/HideAction to display one or more other items. However this requires clicking the Save-button.
    Kind regards,
    Gerben Rienk
  • paultpault Posts: 25
    Hi GerbenRienk,

    I do I combine the show/hide action
  • paultpault Posts: 25
    Can I put more than two statements in SIMPLE_CONDITIONAL_DISPLAY column and if yes how can I do that?
  • lkeitalkeita Posts: 50
    Simple Conditional Display is just that...simple (only one condition). However, you can use show/hide rules to build more complex logic. As GerbenRienk already mentioned, the user must click Save to trigger the show/hide rule action.
  • paultpault Posts: 25
    So I have to write an XML Rule and upload it.
  • lkeitalkeita Posts: 50
    Yes (or use Rule Designer)
  • paultpault Posts: 25
    Kindly avail me with the syntax. Thank you
  • lkeitalkeita Posts: 50
    You can find information on writing rules on the documentation site. Here is a sample show/hide rule. You'll have to copy and paste that syntax into an xml editor and save it as a .xml file. Be sure to change all the Object IDs (OIDs) to match your study OIDs and, of course, change the expression to meet the condition for your study.

    The Target should be the item that triggers the show/hide action.

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