Figure 1: Form in a Userview
Userview Form is one of Userview Builder's basic elements and a very important one. It allows one to integrate forms into the Userview, allowing users to interact with each other via forms.
Figure 2: Form Properties - Edit Form
| Custom ID
|| Link name to be used as part of the URI constructed
||Name of the element|
|| Form to be loaded for the element
| Show in popup dialog?
||Loads the form in a popup dialog when checked|
|| Enables readonly for the form when checked
| Display field as Label when readonly?
|| Displays input fields as plain text in readonly mode
Figure 3: Form Properties - Redirection
| Message Shown After Form Submission
||Message confirming that form has been successfully submitted|
| URL Redirect After Form Submission
||Performs redirection to defined path (possibly a relative path) after form submission (e.g., "http://www.example.com/page/")|
| URL Redirect on Cancellation
||Performs redirection to defined path (possibly a relative path) after form cancellation|
| Redirect Target on Cancellation
|| Behavior when handling a redirection on cancellation. Available options:
| Field Name for URL Redirect Value Passover
|| Defines which form field value will be used as part of the redirection URL (e.g., "id")
| Field Value Passover Method
|| Defines how the redirect URL will be constructed. Available options:
| Request Parameter Name
|| If "As URL Request Parameter" is chosen as the "Field Value Passover Method", the request parameter name must be defined in this field (e.g., "page").
Figure 4: Form Properties - UI
| Submit Button Label
|| Defines custom Submit Button name
| Cancel Button Label
||Defines custom Cancel Button name|
| Custom Header
|| Defines custom HTML to be appended at the top of the form
| Custom Footer
||Defines custom HTML to be appended at the bottom of the form|
Figure 5: Form Properties - Advanced
| Userview Key Name
|| Defines the field ID to pre-populate the form with
| Load Data Using Userview Key?