instance(‘survey’)/root/data[P_Demographic/P_SN = current()/…/C_SN]/P_Demographic/P_Location here is the example in the article. But in my project C_SN belongs to different group. What should I change in the syntax? I have tried to change the 2 dots … to the name of the current question group but it doesn’t work.
Thank you all.
In the example case,
P_Demographic is the group name. Changing that to the name of your group should work.
I mean the C_SN in the child project but in different group not the P_SN. That why I was thinking of changing the path current()/…/C_SN to like current()/group_name_in_child_project/C_SN
Can you try changing the syntax into something familiar to this one:
It should work in this logic, but if not, can you share the screenshot of both your parent and child projects?
this isis the child project but i named it with p_ hope it won’t make it confused
and this is the parent project.
thank you so much for your help
I have tried both syntax current()/…/p_general/p_Case_ID and current()/p_general/p_Case_ID but it doesn’t work
Are the other questions work as intended in the form or is it a general problem?
Because if second, in the help article it says:
Note: The name used for the
xml-externalquestion type in the child project is crucial for linking with the parent project . In the above example, it was named “survey”, but it can be any name consisting of Latin characters and numbers.
Can you change the name of the child survey something without a
_ (underscore), for example instead of
this part work perfectly as below.
all the part in the general group show automatically but in the death group it doesn’t work
Hi @Kal_Lam can you help me to check the syntax in the child project please. I still couldn’t find the answer for this
I had the same challenge.
The way I solved it was by using ‘calculate’ to get my case ID in each group of the parent form.
It worked flawlessly after that.
Hope that helps,