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multiple test forms for the same control

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  • Mike

    Hi Anit!

    Great question. It took me a little digging to get an answer for you but I do have something for ya. Here goes.

    For multiple test forms, in the past we have seen the legal entities created as child controls to the standard controls.  For example CTRL-5 would act as the master and then CTRL-5-LegalEntity1;CTRL-5-LegalEntity2;CTRL-5-LegalEntity3, etc. as child controls.  Then you can create test forms for all the child controls.
     
    Does this make sense? Let me know what question you have and I'll be happy to keep digging. :) Thanks again and have a great rest of your day in the meantime. Cheers!
     
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  • Anit Jain

    Hi Mike,

    Sounds interesting definitely. How do we create a child control? Where can we find that feature in Wdesk?

    Cheers!

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  • Mike

    Howdy!

    No prob. Creating the child control is the same as creating a new control, but once it is created there should be a field on the form titled "Based On Control" where they can select the master control.  When the master control is selected that is what makes it a child control.

    Let me know if you need anything else. Thanks again and stay awesome!

     
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  • Anit Jain

    Sounds like there may be potentially a solution here to our problem. Where can we find this field "Based On New Control" to create a child control? I couldn't spot it anywhere. If you can point us to it, we can experiment quickly. Thanks for your quick replies!

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  • Mike

    No problem! Hmm... this field could have been removed from the form, which may be why you are missing it. I'm checking with the team quick to see if we can add it back. Hopefully we'll have this figured out promptly.

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  • Mike

    I just chatted offline with your OPM at Workiva, and they'll be in touch soon to get you all squared away. Let me know if there's anything else I can do for you or you have any questions. Thanks much and keep livin' the dream! :)

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  • Anit Jain

    Impressively fast responsiveness from you Mike. Appreciate.

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  • Mike

    You're very welcome, Anit! :)

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  • Phil Jackson

    This is interesting. We have some IT General Controls where many controls should feed into one main control. Can you expand on the benefits of this as opposed to just having the individual controls? For example, do the conclusions (or anything else) of the child control roll up to the parent? Does it streamline reporting? 

    I think it is a great concept but would love to hear some good use cases.

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