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How can i define a value to radio option buttonAsked by spigroup on December 30, 2013 at 09:23 AM
Normally the radio button label is going as the field value, but i want to show the label as text and capture that field as a numeric value, how to achieve the same,
please suggest me in this regards.
That is possible using the form source codes. From the form source codes, find the value attribute and manually change it to your desired values.
Example from the source codes:
You'll see, I modified the value to just numeric and the labels are the default.
Follow this guide to get your form source codes: How to Get Form Source Codes. We'll, before you do this, make sure to finish the form first. Because once the codes will be modified, there is no way you can import it back to the form builder. You have to embed the form using that method.
Thatz what i was looking for, gr8! and thanks for your quick replay.
Click gear, go to edit properties then change "calculation values". If you have three options, put three values - one on each line. Hope that helps.