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Definition

Form API can interact with form data of the specified form.

The options here is based on the current app context.


NameDescription
1Form

Select any form present in the current app, for interaction with API.

2Short Description

Any description here.

3Ignore Form Permission

Option to ignore form & form section permission for current user when storing/retrieving form data.

4

Add form data

Add a new record to the specified form.

Name

Description
URL/form/*yourFormId*
HTTP MethodPOST
Body Parameters

The parameters required here is highly dependent on the form data schema of the specified form.

For example, for "Expense Claim Form" in Expenses Claim app found in most default Joget installations, it may look like this:

{
  "id": "string",
  "sfD": {
    "ref": "string",
    "title": "string",
    "remark": "string",
    "SelectApprover": "string",
    "claimant": "string",
    "username": "string",
    "status": "string",
    "id": "string"
  },
  "spECD": [
    {
      "id": "string",
      "category": "string",
      "date": "string",
      "purpose": "string",
      "amount": "string"
    }
  ],
  "total": "string",
  "receipt": "string",
  "CreatedDate": "string",
  "dateCreated": "2019-08-28",
  "dateModified": "2019-08-28",
  "createdBy": "string",
  "createdByName": "string",
  "modifiedBy": "string",
  "modifiedByName": "string"
}
Sample Response

A uniquely generated form record ID will be returned as the success response.

{
  "id": "d6cc05e4-c0a86310-60e35ca0-9dd035a0",
  "errors": {}
}
5

Delete form data

Delete a record of the specified form, via record ID.

Name

Description
URL/form/*yourFormId*/{recordId}
HTTP MethodDELETE
Path Parameters
ParameterDescription
recordIdForm record ID.
Sample Response
{
  "date": "Wed Aug 28 14:07:37 SGT 2019",
  "code": "200",
  "message": "Successful operation"
}
6

Get form data by record ID

Retrieve data of a record from the specified form, via record ID.

Name

Description
URL/form/*yourFormId*/{recordId}
HTTP MethodGET
Path Parameters
ParameterDescription
recordIdForm record ID.
Query String Parameters
ParameterDescription
includeSubformDataInclude all subform(s) data present in the specified form, into the response.
includeReferenceElements

Include all referenced elements present in the specified form, into the response.

(e.g: select box element referencing a datalist record)

flattenDataOption to flatten all JSON objects to a single-level key-value map.
Sample Response
{
  "createdByName": "Admin Admin",
  "dateModified": "2019-08-15 15:43:35.0",
  "remark": "",
  "title": "Spend everything",
  "SelectApprover": "admin",
  "ref": "0001",
  "total": "0.00",
  "modifiedByName": "Admin Admin",
  "dateCreated": "2019-04-25 20:14:28.0",
  "createdBy": "admin",
  "CreatedDate": "2019-08-15",
  "modifiedBy": "admin",
  "receipt": "",
  "id": "44_expenseclaim_process1",
  "claimant": "Admin Admin",
  "status": "Submitted",
  "username": "admin"
}
7

Update form data

Update a record of the specified form.

Name

Description
URL/form/*yourFormId*
HTTP MethodPUT
Body Parameters

The parameters required here is highly dependent on the form data schema of the specified form.

The record ID specified must be of an existing record of the form, to update its records successfully.

Sample Response
The same form record ID as specified in the body parameters will be returned as the success response.


{
  "id": "d6cc05e4-c0a86310-60e35ca0-9dd035a0",
  "errors": {}
}




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