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Occasional Member - Level 1

Expense: field update?

Hi @KevinD ,


I hope you're well. it's been a while since we have last talked.

I would like to update an entry custom field depending on an other entry custom field.


- custom 1 > data type : checkbox, default value: none

- custom 2 > data type : checkbox, default value: Yes


Condition: when checkbox 1 is checked, checkbox 2 becomes unchecked.


Do you think it's possible?


I'm trying using a validation rule, but it seems validation fields can only use customs whom data type is text....




Routine Member - Level 1

Hey @ArnaudLM, have you tried using the Conditional Fields? I've only tested a few, but I see they are available on expense headers and entry forms, according to the user guide: (pg. 35/82)

Stephanie Chernau (she, her)
UC San Diego
Integrated Procure-to-Pay Solutions
Super User
Super User

Hi @ArnaudLM 


we had a similar case but it was impossible to implement it in Concur, last soution was to add some Audit Rules in order to check the allowed combinations.



Community Manager
Community Manager

@ArnaudLM I don't know if that is possible, but there could be a different way to accomplish this. With two checkboxes, there are three options that could apply: Both checked, Box one checked, box two unchecked or box one unchecked, box two checked. 


Could you maybe use a drop down list with three choices where each drop down option matches one of the above combinations? 

Thank you,
Kevin Dorsey
SAP Concur Community Manager
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