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Create Page via Template that can get future user info


I have hit a bit of a roadblock and it's either something simple or I am going about this the incorrect way. 

I have established three pages.  

Page 1 is a simple form that will create a new page from a template based on inputs on page 1. 

Page 2 is the new page that is created by the form with macros & ifttts on page 1.

Page 3 is a separate page with a form and data.

What I'm trying to accomplish:  I would like page 2 (the new page created via template) to display results from page 3 but only for whoever the current user is on page 2.

The issue:  In the template, I have the Confiforms TableView Macro.    If I set "Filter to apply on entries dataset" to field:[entry._user.fullName], when the new page is created, it's simply hard-coding my name as I was the one who tiggered the creation of the new page. 

I can see just my results which is fine. But other users just see my results too, not theirs. 

Is there a way I can set the Filter to apply on entries dataset to look for whoever the future users of the page will be? 

Thank you.





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Alex Medved _ConfiForms_
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Nov 01, 2023

Hi @Corey Keiner and welcome to this community

As you create a page with a ConfiForms the instruction you have for [entry.field_name] notations are evaluated agains the values in the record used to submit the form and create the page

To bypass that you can use the asEntryRef virtual function


So, on the created page the expression will be as you need it to be



Thank you Alex.

This fully resolved my issue. 

This was the last major obstacle to closing out this project so I very much appreciate your quick response!

This community is a great place.


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