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Conditional fields et al

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Postby GreySheep » Sun Nov 04, 2012 5:40 pm

Hi

Probably a question for Geraint.

We are using JEvents for simple event display, and would like to use it for event registration which at present is done by DT Register. Some of our events are quite complex and have nested conditional requirements. How can I find out if JEvents can handle the conditions, options and costs? I have looked at the videos but it doesn't cover the options. I have a written spec for what was used to configure the existing system.

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Postby Tonyp » Sun Nov 04, 2012 10:48 pm

Hello Greysheep,

We do offer a boolean condition at present.

You can have a test if you like, I setup a quick test site for a user a week ago and have not removed it yet so you can tryout RSVP Pro if you like.

http://xtech.im/jersvpdemo/administrator/

Username: admin
Password: password

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Postby Geraint » Mon Nov 05, 2012 10:19 am

As Tony says we offer boolean (yes/no) conditions e.g. are you a vegetarian? where the yes value offers a choice of vegetarian dishes.

We do offer multi-level conditionality BUT this is based on default values.

Take this scenario:
Field 1 : Yes or No
Field 2 : Yes or No (visible if field 1 is Yes)
Field 3 : Text input field (visible if field 2 is Yes)

If the default option for Field 2 is a YES then Field 3 will be visible even if Field 1 is a NO. But if Field 2 default option is NO then your visitor would need to choose Field 1 (yes) AND then Field 2 (yes) before Field 3 became visible.

hope that makes sense.

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Postby IPEwebsitesetup » Mon Jan 06, 2014 12:46 am

I found this topic while searching for an answer to conditional fields. Geriant where is the documentation for using these conditional fields? I want to do something like your vegetarian example but cannot find the documentation on how to do so.

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Postby Geraint » Mon Jan 06, 2014 8:05 am

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