Answering one complex question causes a blank line on another
Pegasurvey complex question 1 is a check box type and has five answers. Complex question 2 is a check box type and has nine answers. When a user selects answer 6, 7, and 8 for complex question 2, the empty answer rows are added to complex question 1 on the screen.
Steps to Reproduce
- Define two complex questions where question 1 is a check box type with five answers and question 2 is a check box type with nine answers.
- Launch the questions from a flow containing a subprocess shape that uses the SurveyDriver subflow.
- Select answers 6, 7, and 8 for complex question 2.
- Observe that empty answer rows are added to complex question 1.
The SetScoring activity needs a final step to set param.AnswerIndex to 0.
Published September 15, 2016 - Updated October 8, 2020
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