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I would like to use the IFTTT macro to rename a childpage located somewhere else.
The parentpage of the childpage contains a confiform form with entries. Is it possible to access a specific entries value to rename a childpage to that?
I think its easier to explain with an example:
imagine a page with a confiforms form and a checkbox. If this checkbox gets checked an existing childpage somewhere else (with a parentpage containing values already) gets renamed dynamically.
I thought at a "New Page Title" like:
but I don't know the exact syntax. Maybe someone can help me.
Thanks and regards
The child page gets created by a different IFTTT.
Therefore I thought it could work with something like id:[iftttResult_NP.id I could also name the childpage [entry.FIELD_NAME] directly with the createpage IFTTT under "Page title" but this results somehow in an error after checking the mentioned checkbox. So my thought was that it could work with something like parentformName:pageID.[entry.FIELD_NAME] as well. The parentformName and the pageID is known.
The question is:
How to access some field values of a form located on a different page. My hope was that there is something like
My problem is that I dont know if a parameter like this exists and if it exists, what the correct syntax would look like.
Hope it makes sense now.
If this is from arbitrary form that is not connected to current then have a look at queryAndSet function from virtual functions
If the form is connected to other form though smart fields (of any length - through smart field, etc) then you can reference the value directly, by navigating to it through the [entry.field_name.another_feld_name], etc