I have a multi level hierarchy of objects:
- Object of type A contains one or more objects of type B
-- Object of type B contains one or more objects of type C
To get the correct relationships I need to use nested repeats in Survey123:
- Object type A is the master
-- Object type B is a repeat related to object type A
--- Object type C is a repeat related to object type B (a repeat within a repeat)
Now I would like to make use of the pages style and present information for the different object types on different pages. Maybe an example helps understanding. I have this object hierarchy:
Now, when I select object B1 on my B type page I only want to have acces to the C type pages of objects C11 and C12, whereas when I select object B2 I only want to have access to the C type pages of objects C21 and C22.
As far as I understand the pages style and the examples I have seen so far it is not possible to begin a new pages group within a repeat (that is already contained in a higher level pages group) or: Repaet in a page group is possible, page group within a repeat is not.
Is my understanding correct or is there a trick to use pages within nested repeats?
Thanks for any help, best regards,
You are correct. A repeat will always have the + bar at the bottom which makes it hard to work with pages.
Depending on your data you could try the new Grid theme. It may allow you to make a table that will work for you instead of pages. Repeats cannot grow inside the table though yet but it may help you.