frm-set-get param (used to compare)

By: Luis Gerardo Macareno Balderas | Asked: 12/12/2023
ForumsCategory: General questionsfrm-set-get param (used to compare)
Luis Gerardo Macareno Balderas asked 4 months ago
Hi Guys, hope you are doing well Iam using the next expressions in a table view in order to compare two values just to say to may team if we are savings or lossing: [frm-set-get param=vp_steel][frm-stats id=6416 type=total 226_not_equal="Archive" 1252_contains="Shape" 764_contains="P703" 765_contains="Execution"][/frm-set-get]
[frm-set-get param=projects_steel][frm-stats id=6417 type=total 226_not_equal="Archive" 1252_contains="Shape" 764_contains="P703" 765_contains="Execution"][/frm-set-get] [frm-condition source=param param=vp_steel less_than=param param=projects_steel]Lossing![/frm-condition][frm-condition source=param param=vp_steel greater_than=param param=projects_steel]Savings![/frm-condition] But nothing, the results are in Blank The stats results works fine alone in the view! am i doing something wrong?
1 Answers
Victor Font answered 4 months ago
 frm-set-get Is used to pass parameters to views and forms, not calculations. Try this instead. https://formidableforms.com/knowledgebase/compare-two-values-for-display/
Luis Gerardo Macareno Balderas replied 4 months ago

Thanks Victor, quick question!

How can i save the result of this stats in some place?:
[frm-stats id=6416 type=total 226_not_equal="Archive" 1252_contains="Shape" 764_contains="P703" 765_contains="Execution"]

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