- When converting a table to a repeat, the table's printable property is transferred to each section in the new repeat. When converting a repeat to table, the table will always be non-printable. The designer have to set it.
- When converting a table to a repeat, the column's hide label property is transferred to the corresponding control. When converting a repeat to a table, the control's hide label property is not transferred to the column.
- When converting a table to a repeat, you can set the background color on both the column and individual cells. Only the background color on the cells is transferred to the corresponding repeat control. When converting a table to a repeat to a table, the control background color is transferred to the table cell background color.
When you change a table to a repeat or vice versa and there are referencing rules, it is recommended that you verify that your rules still work. See Rules Examples for more information.
Every control has a name. The name is automatically generated and defaults to the control's label minus any spaces and special characters. Spaces and special characters are removed in order to make the name valid for use in rules and, for XML users, this makes the name valid as a xsd schema element name. Control names will be truncated to 32 characters for all the controls except triggers and panels.