| Usama Ashraf
How to Configure Forms in Model Driven App
Steps of Creating a Main Form:
After adding fields in the form your form will be look like this:
- On the main form you can set the behavior of the particular field as well.
- To change the behavior of the field you can click or select the field on the form then on right side of the form that field or column properties will show.
- You should do the following actions on the particular column or the field of the form:
- Hide label:
When you check the checkbox then your field label will be hidden from the form.
- Hide on phone:
When you check the checkbox then your field will be hidden from the mobile view of the form.
When you check the checkbox then your field will be hidden from the form.
When you check the checkbox then your field will be locked and user cannot perform any editing on that locked field.
When you check the checkbox then your field will be in Read-only state in the form.
Difference between Read-only and Lock field checkboxes:
When check the Read-only checkbox, it means your user can only read this field and cannot perform any other action that field but when check the Lock checkbox then it means that column should not be removed from the form until you hide or unlock that field.
The above and in previous Blog mentioned things used as per the requirements, you can use it from your point of view as well and explore more that how the forms become interactive for the users. We will discuss about the components of the form in my next Blog.
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