When "iteration" posfix is added to a grid node

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When "iteration" posfix is added to a grid node

BrunoBB
Hi,

Which are the rules to add or not "iteration" to a grid node name ?

There are two examples that seem contradictory...

In one case the repeatable grid has "iteration" but a similar case does not.

Check attached images..

regards,
bruno

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Re: When "iteration" posfix is added to a grid node

Alessandro  Vernet
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Hi Bruno,

There are 3 formats (see link below). Recent versions will always use 2019.1
format at runtime / in memory, and most of the time the 4.0.0 format is used
for persistence, for backward compatibility. However, if you're starting a
new project with a fresh database, you could also use the 2019.1 format in
the database. Does this, and the information on the page linked below
clarify things?

https://doc.orbeon.com/form-runner/api/data-formats/form-data

-Alex

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