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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?
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 https://wiki.vertuna.com/display/CONFIFORMS/Virtual+functions
So, on the created page the expression will be as you need it to be