We deployed several surveys on the 2.8 version of Survey123 which have calculations in the repeats. This worked fine until I just updated to a newer version of Survey123. Now the calculations do not work in the repeats. Simple sample attached. Any ideas?
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Thanks for reporting this issue, we currently have a known bug in 3.0 and 3.1 beta regarding repeat count and calculations within repeats. The example survey you have provided is using a repeat count and this is what is causing the issue. If you remove the repeat count the calculations will work as expected. I have updated the internal bug with your comments and test survey and we are aiming to fix this issue in an upcoming release.
Thank you for the quick response. Is there a way to reinstall the iOS
2.8.2 version which works with our surveys?
From: Philip Wilson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, October 12, 2018 1:06 AM
To: Lance Cole <email@example.com>
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Re: Calculations not working in repeats
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Unfortunately not, with iOS there is no way to go back to an older app version. As mentioned we are aware of the repeat count bug and will be working to get this resolved as soon as possible and updated in a future release.
Johnathan, the calculations still do not appear to be working in our forms with calculations inside repeats. Do these need to be rebuilt and republished? Please see simple sample provided above in original post.
Also noted conditional statements are not correctly validating. Receiving a message, for example, field value of 9.0 is not less than or equal to 10.0. It was last time I checked.
Testing on version 3.1.160.
Sorry for the delay. I tested the calculation issue in version 3.2.264 and the nested repeat calculations appear to be working correctly. Also noted the app is now checking for missing repeats such as there are suppose to be three repeats and only two were completed. This was not caught previously.
Thanks for you and your teams continued assistance and support. We are planning on substantially increasing our utilization of 123 survey this year for many different applications.