May 13, 2016 at 9:50 am #7757
I have three types of PDF for one form, can i define condition logic to use severals specific fieldmap for the same form ?
If field 254 contain A use fieldmap A
if field 254 contain B use fieldmap B
is it possible ?
Thank youMay 15, 2016 at 4:51 pm #7869
We apologize for the delayed reply!
Yes, this topic was discussed on this thread… Below are the instructions that were provided on the thread, however, there are other ways to accomplish the desired result, let us know if you would like more assistance…
You’ll need to make the shortcode’s LayoutID dynamic here’s an example where the values of Formidable radio button field  are equal to a corresponding LayoutID using the field’s “Use separate values” option…
[formidable-download form="contact2" dataset=[id] layout=]
Where the above field  is a YES/NO radio button using the “Use separate values” and the YES value is x and the NO value is y; x is the ID of PDF A and y is the ID of PDF B
Or you can make it even more dynamic using a Formidable Conditional Statement like this…
Where the field =YES then layout=xx OR if field =YES then layout=yy
[formidable-download form="contact2" dataset="2128" layout=[if 125 equals="YES"]"xx"[/if 125][if 200 equals="YES"]"yy"[/if 200]]
We remain at your service.May 16, 2016 at 6:20 am #7878
Thank you for your answer !
Is it possible to attach this “conditional layout” PDF to the email without inserting a link in the body ?
Thank youMay 16, 2016 at 7:42 am #7880
Attachments are not created based on the shortcode, the shortcode simply creates a link to the PDF.
For email attachments, you’ll need to create a email notification for each layout and send them based on your conditional logic. Once created, email notifications can be selected/deselected from each of the Field Map Layouts.
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