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Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the lookup
tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use the
filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

··· On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the lookup
tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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Dimagi, Inc
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s : fioreco86
http://www.dimagi.com/

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

In relation to my previous question, I would like to know using lookup
tables with multiple languages.
I have visited the site which explains about this and would like to ask a
few questions.
Following the instruction, I can upload the lookup tables with 2 languages.
But I need some advice in dealing with the editing of XML.

The following is the xml that I copied from that example.

In the above example, “state” is used for explanation and if I would like
use state, district and township, do I need to add the red color XML for
each variable? Since the term “name” is not specific, how can it
differentiate name for districts and township? Do we need to change that
name into state/district or township? Eg.

Please kindly advice for this and thank you so much for your support.

Htet

··· On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:31:23 PM UTC+7, fconte wrote: > > Dear Htet, > > Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use the > filter for lookup tables > https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices > > Best, > > On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet <kyaw...@gmail.com > wrote: > >> Dear colleagues, >> >> I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our >> application. >> I am curious to know how the function "filter" can help for the lookup >> tables? >> Please kindly suggest for this and thanks. >> >> Htet >> >> -- >> You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups >> "commcare-users" group. >> To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an >> email to commcare-user...@googlegroups.com . >> For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout. >> > > > > -- > *Fiorenzo Conte* > Project Manager | Gestionnaire de projet > West Africa | Afrique de l'Ouest > Dimagi, Inc > m Senegal : +221 77 293 91 89 | m Kenya: +254 706 970567 > s : fioreco86 > http://www.dimagi.com/ > > > >

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

Thank you so much for the suggestions.
It helps.

Best,
Htet

··· On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 1:31 PM, Fiorenzo Conte wrote:

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use the
filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the lookup
tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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Hi Htet,

You might be able to take advantage of the Single Answer Lookup Table
question type in order to perform these actions:
https://help.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Please let us know if this is helpful or if you require further assistance.

Thanks,

··· -- Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139

On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 9:39 AM, Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

In relation to my previous question, I would like to know using lookup
tables with multiple languages.
I have visited the site which explains about this and would like to ask a
few questions.
Following the instruction, I can upload the lookup tables with 2
languages. But I need some advice in dealing with the editing of XML.

The following is the xml that I copied from that example.

In the above example, “state” is used for explanation and if I would like
use state, district and township, do I need to add the red color XML for
each variable? Since the term “name” is not specific, how can it
differentiate name for districts and township? Do we need to change that
name into state/district or township? Eg.

Please kindly advice for this and thank you so much for your support.

Htet

On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:31:23 PM UTC+7, fconte wrote:

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use the
filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet kyaw...@gmail.com wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the lookup
tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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West Africa | Afrique de l’Ouest
Dimagi, Inc
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s : fioreco86
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Hi Htet,

For your specific question, whether you’re referring to the list of
districts or states is controlled in the line above
the one that is highlighted in red.

Using the new lookup table question type would definitely make this easier:

  • Add a lookup table question type
  • Choose your table (i.e. states or districts)
  • Set the value to the column in the table that you want to store
  • Set the label to the column in the table you want to display (ex.
    name). However, you will need to update the label field so that
    its *name[@lang
    = jr:itext(‘lang-code-label’)] *You can replace name with whatever
    column in your chosen table you want to display.
  • You’ll still be required to add a question that contains all your
    language codes (per the documentation here
    https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Using+Lookup+Tables+with+Multiple+Languages
    ).

I’m going to update the documentation to be a bit clearer and will let you
know when its complete.

Thanks,
Sheel

··· On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 1:36 PM, Nate Haduch wrote:

Hi Htet,

You might be able to take advantage of the Single Answer Lookup Table
question type in order to perform these actions:
https://help.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Please let us know if this is helpful or if you require further assistance.

Thanks,


Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139

On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 9:39 AM, Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

In relation to my previous question, I would like to know using lookup
tables with multiple languages.
I have visited the site which explains about this and would like to ask a
few questions.
Following the instruction, I can upload the lookup tables with 2
languages. But I need some advice in dealing with the editing of XML.

The following is the xml that I copied from that example.

In the above example, “state” is used for explanation and if I would like
use state, district and township, do I need to add the red color XML for
each variable? Since the term “name” is not specific, how can it
differentiate name for districts and township? Do we need to change that
name into state/district or township? Eg.

Please kindly advice for this and thank you so much for your support.

Htet

On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:31:23 PM UTC+7, fconte wrote:

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use the
filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet kyaw...@gmail.com wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the lookup
tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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West Africa | Afrique de l’Ouest
Dimagi, Inc
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s : fioreco86
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Dear Nate,

Thank you for your mail.
That link is really helpful and I can follow it well.

Best wishes,
Htet

··· On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 12:36 AM, Nate Haduch wrote:

Hi Htet,

You might be able to take advantage of the Single Answer Lookup Table
question type in order to perform these actions:
https://help.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Please let us know if this is helpful or if you require further assistance.

Thanks,


Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139

On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 9:39 AM, Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

In relation to my previous question, I would like to know using lookup
tables with multiple languages.
I have visited the site which explains about this and would like to ask a
few questions.
Following the instruction, I can upload the lookup tables with 2
languages. But I need some advice in dealing with the editing of XML.

The following is the xml that I copied from that example.

In the above example, “state” is used for explanation and if I would like
use state, district and township, do I need to add the red color XML for
each variable? Since the term “name” is not specific, how can it
differentiate name for districts and township? Do we need to change that
name into state/district or township? Eg.

Please kindly advice for this and thank you so much for your support.

Htet

On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:31:23 PM UTC+7, fconte wrote:

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use the
filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet kyaw...@gmail.com wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the lookup
tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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West Africa | Afrique de l’Ouest
Dimagi, Inc
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s : fioreco86
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Dear Sheel,

Thank you for your explanation and it is very helpful.
I look forward to your update version of the explanation.

Many thanks,
Htet

··· On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 12:44 AM, Sheel Shah wrote:

Hi Htet,

For your specific question, whether you’re referring to the list of
districts or states is controlled in the line above
the one that is highlighted in red.

Using the new lookup table question type would definitely make this easier:

  • Add a lookup table question type
  • Choose your table (i.e. states or districts)
  • Set the value to the column in the table that you want to store
  • Set the label to the column in the table you want to display (ex.
    name). However, you will need to update the label field so that its *name[@lang
    = jr:itext(‘lang-code-label’)] *You can replace name with whatever
    column in your chosen table you want to display.
  • You’ll still be required to add a question that contains all your
    language codes (per the documentation here
    https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Using+Lookup+Tables+with+Multiple+Languages
    ).

I’m going to update the documentation to be a bit clearer and will let you
know when its complete.

Thanks,
Sheel

On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 1:36 PM, Nate Haduch nhaduch@dimagi.com wrote:

Hi Htet,

You might be able to take advantage of the Single Answer Lookup Table
question type in order to perform these actions:
https://help.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Please let us know if this is helpful or if you require further
assistance.

Thanks,


Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139

On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 9:39 AM, Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

In relation to my previous question, I would like to know using lookup
tables with multiple languages.
I have visited the site which explains about this and would like to ask
a few questions.
Following the instruction, I can upload the lookup tables with 2
languages. But I need some advice in dealing with the editing of XML.

The following is the xml that I copied from that example.

In the above example, “state” is used for explanation and if I would
like use state, district and township, do I need to add the red color XML
for each variable? Since the term “name” is not specific, how can it
differentiate name for districts and township? Do we need to change that
name into state/district or township? Eg.

Please kindly advice for this and thank you so much for your support.

Htet

On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:31:23 PM UTC+7, fconte wrote:

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use
the filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet kyaw...@gmail.com wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the lookup
tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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Dimagi, Inc
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Hi Htet,

I’ve updated the documentation - please let me know if you have any other
questions!
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Using+Lookup+Tables+with+Multiple+Languages

Thanks,
Sheel

··· On Sun, Jul 26, 2015 at 2:53 PM, Kyaw Htet wrote:

Dear Sheel,

Thank you for your explanation and it is very helpful.
I look forward to your update version of the explanation.

Many thanks,
Htet

On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 12:44 AM, Sheel Shah sshah@dimagi.com wrote:

Hi Htet,

For your specific question, whether you’re referring to the list of
districts or states is controlled in the line above
the one that is highlighted in red.

Using the new lookup table question type would definitely make this
easier:

  • Add a lookup table question type
  • Choose your table (i.e. states or districts)
  • Set the value to the column in the table that you want to store
  • Set the label to the column in the table you want to display (ex.
    name). However, you will need to update the label field so that
    its *name[@lang = jr:itext(‘lang-code-label’)] *You can replace
    name with whatever column in your chosen table you want to display.
  • You’ll still be required to add a question that contains all your
    language codes (per the documentation here
    https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Using+Lookup+Tables+with+Multiple+Languages
    ).

I’m going to update the documentation to be a bit clearer and will let
you know when its complete.

Thanks,
Sheel

On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 1:36 PM, Nate Haduch nhaduch@dimagi.com wrote:

Hi Htet,

You might be able to take advantage of the Single Answer Lookup Table
question type in order to perform these actions:
https://help.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Please let us know if this is helpful or if you require further
assistance.

Thanks,


Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139

On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 9:39 AM, Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

In relation to my previous question, I would like to know using lookup
tables with multiple languages.
I have visited the site which explains about this and would like to ask
a few questions.
Following the instruction, I can upload the lookup tables with 2
languages. But I need some advice in dealing with the editing of XML.

The following is the xml that I copied from that example.

In the above example, “state” is used for explanation and if I would
like use state, district and township, do I need to add the red color XML
for each variable? Since the term “name” is not specific, how can it
differentiate name for districts and township? Do we need to change that
name into state/district or township? Eg.

Please kindly advice for this and thank you so much for your support.

Htet

On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:31:23 PM UTC+7, fconte wrote:

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use
the filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet kyaw...@gmail.com wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the
lookup tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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Project Manager | Gestionnaire de projet
West Africa | Afrique de l’Ouest
Dimagi, Inc
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s : fioreco86
http://www.dimagi.com/


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Dear Sheel,

Many thanks for your help.
It seems according to the update, we can set the label as “*name[@lang =
jr:itext(‘lang-code-label’)]” *and don’t need to edit in the xml. Will get
back to you if I have further questions.

Best wishes,
Htet

··· On Thu, Jul 30, 2015 at 2:40 AM, Sheel Shah wrote:

Hi Htet,

I’ve updated the documentation - please let me know if you have any other
questions!

https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Using+Lookup+Tables+with+Multiple+Languages

Thanks,
Sheel

On Sun, Jul 26, 2015 at 2:53 PM, Kyaw Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Sheel,

Thank you for your explanation and it is very helpful.
I look forward to your update version of the explanation.

Many thanks,
Htet

On Fri, Jul 24, 2015 at 12:44 AM, Sheel Shah sshah@dimagi.com wrote:

Hi Htet,

For your specific question, whether you’re referring to the list of
districts or states is controlled in the line above
the one that is highlighted in red.

Using the new lookup table question type would definitely make this
easier:

  • Add a lookup table question type
  • Choose your table (i.e. states or districts)
  • Set the value to the column in the table that you want to store
  • Set the label to the column in the table you want to display (ex.
    name). However, you will need to update the label field so that
    its *name[@lang = jr:itext(‘lang-code-label’)] *You can replace
    name with whatever column in your chosen table you want to display.
  • You’ll still be required to add a question that contains all your
    language codes (per the documentation here
    https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Using+Lookup+Tables+with+Multiple+Languages
    ).

I’m going to update the documentation to be a bit clearer and will let
you know when its complete.

Thanks,
Sheel

On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 1:36 PM, Nate Haduch nhaduch@dimagi.com wrote:

Hi Htet,

You might be able to take advantage of the Single Answer Lookup Table
question type in order to perform these actions:
https://help.commcarehq.org/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Please let us know if this is helpful or if you require further
assistance.

Thanks,


Nate Haduch

Technical Support Analyst
Dimagi, Inc | 585 Massachusetts Ave | Suite 3 | Cambridge, MA 02139

On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 9:39 AM, Htet kyawhtet@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Fiorenzo Conte,

In relation to my previous question, I would like to know using lookup
tables with multiple languages.
I have visited the site which explains about this and would like to
ask a few questions.
Following the instruction, I can upload the lookup tables with 2
languages. But I need some advice in dealing with the editing of XML.

The following is the xml that I copied from that example.

In the above example, “state” is used for explanation and if I would
like use state, district and township, do I need to add the red color XML
for each variable? Since the term “name” is not specific, how can it
differentiate name for districts and township? Do we need to change that
name into state/district or township? Eg.

Please kindly advice for this and thank you so much for your support.

Htet

On Tuesday, July 21, 2015 at 1:31:23 PM UTC+7, fconte wrote:

Dear Htet,

Thanks for the inquiry. This page gives you an example on how to use
the filter for lookup tables
https://confluence.dimagi.com/display/commcarepublic/Setup+a+Question+with+Filtered+Choices

Best,

On Tue, Jul 21, 2015 at 9:20 AM, Htet kyaw...@gmail.com wrote:

Dear colleagues,

I noticed there is a change in the display of lookup tables in our
application.
I am curious to know how the function “filter” can help for the
lookup tables?
Please kindly suggest for this and thanks.

Htet


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