Joget DX 8 Stable Released
The stable release for Joget DX 8 is now available, with a focus on UX and Governance.
Bean Shell Form Binder works as L oad Load and Store Binder too.
Bean Shell Options Binder enables one to populate a Form element's options based on their own requirements/sources.
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|Script||A script in Java. See Bean Shell Programming Guide > Form Options Binder for example.|
|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 a tremendous amount of selections. Read more at Ajax Cascading Drop-Down List.
Only available when used as an Options Binder. An array "values" is passed to the script automatically. See Bean Shell Programming Guide > Form Ajax Options Binder for example.
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|Sync Cache Interval|
How often to activate cache synchronization (in seconds).
For example, when set to 180 seconds, background synchronization in the server will take place every 180 seconds to refresh with the new/latest data.
|Pause sync after idle|
How long to wait to pause synchronization after idle.
For example, this This may be used in conjunction with User Option Options Binder to return all the users into a dropdown selection. If the users' user records are large (in the ten tens of thousands), it is recommended to set the "Pause sync after idle" to a larger value and the sync will continue to update the cache in the background. If the dropdown selections are unlikely to change in a very short interval, it is recommended to set the "Sync Cache Interval" to a larger value too so that the server does not perform a new cache again in a short span of time.