Repeating sections are very cool and powerful if you want to create 1: many relationships within your Nintex forms. However, they come with some difficulties when parsing, using and displaying the records stored within them. This session introduces you to best practices for using the Repeating Section Control and introduces you to powerful and easy-to-use third-party solutions that were created by the Nintex community to enrich and simplify working with them.
The repeating section control is basically a container, meaning that any controls added in the repeating section in the design time will be duplicated or rather replicated in the runtime when the end-user clicks to add a new row. The end-user can also click the “x” icon to remove rows. Using Repeating Sections in Nintex Forms, you can create dynamic forms allowing the end users filling out the form to enter multiple values for a single field on a form. This is useful when you are collecting data and you do not exactly know in the design time how many records need to be collected each time the form is filled out.
Getting the Most Out of Nintex Repeating Sections
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