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How to use rbf_showOrHideField API?

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EnvironmentProduct: Rollbase
Version: 4.x
Question/Problem Description
How to use rbf_showOrHideField API?
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This function shows or hides a field and its label. It will have no effect if the field is not shown on the page.
On view pages, this API can be used in the page’s onLoad script; on edit pages, it can be used in any event handling code.
Syntax: rbf_showOrHideField(fieldName, showField, doNotHideResponsiveColumn)

"Has_Pension_Income" is a picklist field with 2 options, Yes|Y and No|N.
Code snippet:
rbf_getCodeById("ObjectA", "Has_Income", rbf_getFieldValue("Has_Pension_Income"), function(haspensionincome) { 
    rbf_showOrHideField('Monthly_Income_Pension' , haspensionincome=="Y");            
});

See the Notes section for more information.
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Online documentation:
Reference : Client-side AJAX API : Display Functions : rbf_showOrHideField()
Last Modified Date3/20/2017 6:16 PM
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