Joget Workflow v6 Released
Check out the latest Joget Workflow v6 for many new features and improvements in user experience (UX), app maintainability and performance.
Figure 1: JDBC Options Binder Properties
By selecting Default Datasource, the database your Joget is currently using will be selected.
|Custom JDBC Driver|
Custom JDBC Driver. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above.
Custom JDBC URL
|Custom JDBC URL. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above.|
Custom JDBC Username
|Custom JDBC Username. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above.|
Custom JDBC Password
Custom JDBC Password. This field is required when Custom Datasource is selected in Datasource above.
Test the connection parameters
Click on the "Test Connection" button at the bottom of the page to quickly test out your configurations.
|Use AJAX for cascade options?|
When checked, this allows these fields to dynamically load available options based on the other field value (grouping column) when dealing with tremendous amount of selections.
Read more at Ajax Cascading Drop-Down List.
Do not forget to configure the dependency field in Field ID to control available oiptiosn based on Grouping in the next tab.
Use question mark (?) in your SQL SELECT Query to represent dependency values.
|Add Empty Option||If checked, an empty option will be added to the selections.|
|Empty Option Label||Empty option label. Only in use when Add Empty Option is checked.|
SQL SELECT Query
To populate a selectbox, for example, you need to return at least 2 columns. The first column is used for value/ID. The second column is used for label. An optional third column can be returned for grouping value.
When Use AJAX for cascade options? is checked, make sure that a question mark is placed within the query.