We're limiting the options for the solution, because we currently lack the programming skills to develop and maintain the code. So we wanted to test the ability of SPD to solve our particular business situation. InfoPath is being considered,
but is not yet available to us.
I had thought about using a dropdown control (ASP or SharePoint) to select from a list the number of invoices to report. Then I'd take the selected number as a parameter to conditionally display the necessary fields (date1, amount1, description1, date2,
amount2, description2, etc.).
I also need to save the selected number of invoices as part of the expense report, because I can use it in a SPD workflow as part of my process control.
What I have found is the following:
* If I use an ASP dropdown, I can convert the selected number into a parameter and have a "dynamic form" but then I don't have a way to save the number selected in one of the fields (columns) of the expense report.
* If I use a SharePoint dropdown, I can save the number selected in the dropdown, be
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