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Populating custom fields in progressive capture


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If I name a field in a custom form h_summary or h_description the summary and description fields in request detail are populated automatically.
Can I do the same for custom fields, for example name it h_custom_b to populate the h_custom_b field in request details?

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@HHH As checkboxes can have multiple values (e.g. ON/OFF/OFF/ON) you can't simply map a checkbox.

If you're intending to map the value of a specific checkbox from a group, this would be possible in the BPM although it might not be straightforward as I believe the checkboxes are stored as a JSON string. (I'd need to check that, though, I might be thinking of a different area.)

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1 minute ago, Steve Giller said:

@HHH As checkboxes can have multiple values (e.g. ON/OFF/OFF/ON) you can't simply map a checkbox.

If you're intending to map the value of a specific checkbox from a group, this would be possible in the BPM although it might not be straightforward as I believe the checkboxes are stored as a JSON string. (I'd need to check that, though, I might be thinking of a different area.)

Currently I have a single checkbox in one of the custom fields in the request details.
In the progressive capture there is a question, type checkbox, where the customer checks that they agree on terms. I want to copy that from questions to detail section in request

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With the following settings, checking the box put "Yes" in h_custom_a, and not checking it left h_custom_a blank.
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Adding additional checkboxes resulted in a comma-separated list for the populated answers - e.g. "Yes, Not Applicable" for Yes/No/Not Applicable with Yes and Not Applicable checked.

So a direct mapping should be fine, I must have been thinking of another area.

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