On the invitation for the participant in a blended course, you do not want the e-learning part to be shown, but only the classroom parts to be followed.

What's going on?
When the invitation is composed, a filter option ensures that only the classroom parts are shown.

What it takes?
A document template with repetition of the parts to which the participant has subscribed. In the merge code of the repetition, the filter option is added. With this filter you make sure that one or more parts are not shown or skipped. This does mean that the number of parts and the order must always be the same. After all, the filter shows the first x items from the list or the last x items from the list or skips an x number of items..

Find out more?
Read more about filter options in merge codes.


Example document template:
The example was made with the help of Documentitor 3.0, data group 'Programme Participant'. The components are shown using a table.

The course consists of three parts.
Strand 1 (the e-learning) cannot be included in the call, Strands 2 and 3 can. Use filter option '\@ FILTER:bottom=2', only the last two parts will be shown.
  1. Have you made the document template yet? Then open it.
  2. You haven't made the document template yet? Click on 'New' and select 'Invite participant [Opleiding:Naam] - [Persoon:NaamVolledig]' from the sample library.

In the tab 'Editor' (1) click on '<> HTML' (2) to open the source code..

Modify HTML source code:
Scroll in the source code to the table in which the components are displayed. You can also use 'ctrl-f' to search for '[OpleidingDeelnemerOnderdeel]'.
Add to merge code <!--[OpleidingDeelnemerOnderdeel]--> filter option \@FILTER:bottom=2.
Note: for \@ you have to add a space.
If you leave the source code by clicking on '||| Editor' then the filter option is not visible.

The result:
Verstuur je de uitnodiging? Dan is dit het resultaat.
Pay attention: Does the e-learning invitation only have to show part 1? Then use filter option '\@ FILTER:top=1'.