Ever wanted to convert your XLS record to an Sample XSU file so that you can debug your scripts with sample management switched on? In this article we use some very simple principals to do just that.
Here is another good question that we received recently and thought it should be added to our questions and answers section.
Q: The labels for new variables created in our dms script are not coming up in the tables output why would that be.
In this article we are going to discover how we add or concatenate things together. When we write our scripts adding things together is something that we will do lots of times so it’s best to understand the few simple rules that we need to follow so we don’t fall into some common traps.
Recently we where asked the following question and thought it was a good one for our questions and answers section.
Q: In relation to our having two existing questionnaires with the same questions, I saw in the DDL documentation that a project database can be merged into a second project database. What software is used to do this and what happens when you have duplicate serial numbers ?
Many times in our scripts we will need to repeat something a certain amount of times. To help us do this we have the a few statements that we can use. In this article you will learn how to use the “For … Next” , “For Each” and the “Do While”.
This is a list of all the posts on the site in Apabetical order. We have done this so it should be easier to find articles.
Previously we talked about the If statements and how we can use these to perhaps route our respondents through a survey only showing the questions that are relevant to them. Another way to route our survey or script is to use the select statement and in this article we will show you how to do just that.