Jean Stachler 23.Sep.11 11:45 AM a Web browser Domino Designer 7.0.2 FP3 Windows XP
I am back to another Hide-When statement issue..... (I believe I have been working with these fields way tooo-o-o-o-o long!)
Here is what I am wanting to have happen. This field is titled "Approval" and is a combobox with values of "Approve", "Deny" or "Request More Information".
When the document is initially created, the document status is blank. It is sent to the Area Manager and the document status is set to "Request Submitted".
When the document has the status of "Request Submitted", the document is to be editable by the Requestor who submitted the document and the Area Manager and possibly the Author of the document who submitted the document on behalf of someone else.
The Area Manager is the only person that should be able to "Approve", "Deny" or "Request More Information". All other persons editting the document should not be able to edit this field. After the Area Manager has selected the option of "Approve" for the "Approval" field, the document status is changed to "BU Evaluating" with a substatus of "Product Team Member Review" and this field should no longer be edittable.
I have the Area Manager's name listed in the field titled "EmailAddress". The value of this field displays the name in this manner:
Listed below is the "FIRST" statement that I initially had in the "Approval" field which didn't work.
I have a "SECOND" hide when statement listed below that I also tried, but didn't work either.
Your thoughts on how this should be listed ?
Thanks in advance for your comments.