SetRecip Table Options
If you look back at the prior table for the sections, you will see that only IMGB and
IMGC defined the Agent recipient, but both had different counts. The resulting
change by assigning not eligible at the form level is show in this table:
Again, note that assigning not eligible at the form level for a recipient is an exception
that changes all of the sections contained by that form.
Keep in mind...
• The values shown at the form level for each recipient merely represent the first
occurrence of that recipient found within the form.
• It is not necessary that all of the sections have the same value for each recipient.
• If you change the first occurrence of a given recipient at the section level, the
form level value for that recipient changes to reflect the definition of that first
Using Variables to Set Copy Counts
You can use a GVM or DAL variable to set the copy count for sections and forms
triggered using the method known as DAL triggers. This makes it possible for the
trigger script to assign the count based on user data, or in the case of GVM variables,
to get a value directly from the data feed.
The key is that the DAL or GVM variable must have the same name as the recipient
being mapped. For instance, if you are mapping the INSURED recipient and want to
use a DAL variable, then the DAL variable must be named INSURED as well. Or if
you want to use a GVM variable to map the copy count to the recipient AGENT3,
then the GVM variable must be named AGENT3.
If the requested variable type cannot be found with the correct name, a warning
message appears and the count is set to one (1).
To use a GVM variable to assign the count, select GVM variable on triggers tab as
the copy count. Select DAL variable if you want to assign the count from a DAL
variable. Here is an example: