Overview about the Field-level permissions settings page structure and how to work with it.
This video shows how to setup simple field-permission rules that hide/disable fields in your form.
This video shows how to configure field-permission rules that dynamically show/hide/disable fields in list forms, according to logic conditions. Such conditions may include other field values and tokens such as [Today] and [Me].
This short video presents ways to optimize your KWizCom Forms performance by normalizing your field permission rules.
Field-permission rules are processed when a form is loaded. They can also be processed when user interacts with the form, this video explains how to configure this dynamic form behavior.
This video explains the purpose of the "Allow workflows to update hidden or disabled fields" checkbox (it appears when you select “Hide” or “Disable” options). The Field-level permission rules are enforced not just on the list forms in your browser, but also if you attempt to change a hidden/disabled field by using SharePoint API or by using a workflow. In those cases there’s an event handler that reverts such bypass attempts. If you want to allow workflows or other software to be able to update fields that are configured as hidden/disabled, you need to check this checkbox.
Overview about the Field-level constraints settings page structure and how to work with it.
In this video we show how to use tokens such as [Today], [Me] or [Now] to create dynamic field validation rules.
In this video we show how you can validate a field's value by comparing it to another field's value. Example: Validate that "Due Date" is later than "Start Date".
In this video we show how to validate text fields by using existing patterns that come with the product such as Email, Postal Code, Alphanumeric and more.
In this video we show how admin can create new custom patterns, that can be shared with all other site owners who create forms. These custom patterns enable you to validate test fields and make sure they match your required input format such as social security numbers, employee codes, credit card numbers etc.
Overview about the Default Values settings page structure and how to work with it.
In this video we show how you can set-up different default values for different users/groups.
With KWizCom Forms you can configure dynamic field default values by using tokens such as [Today] and [Me]. This short video shows how to use tokens in your default values.
In this video we'll show how to use other field’s default value as a field's default value. Example: in document library, we can configure the "Title" field's default value to be equal to the uploaded document's "Name" field.
KWizCom Forms default values are loaded when the New Item form is loaded. However, when a field's default value depends on the value of other fields in the form, you might need to reload it when the other fields are changed. KWizCom Forms enables you to configure automatic/manual reloading of fields' default values.
Using the KWizCom Forms "Field Grouping" settings page you can quickly improve the layout of your SharePoint form and make it a multi-column and multi-tab form. You can also change the location of fields on your form, add sub-sections and more. This short video provides an overview on this settings page and how to work with it.
Have long SharePoint forms? Check-out this short video and see how you can quickly make your SharePoint forms a lot more convenient by making them multi-column forms.
With KWizCom Forms you can enhance your SharePoint forms' layout by making them multi-tab forms. This can make your forms a lot more convenient to work with.
KWizCom Forms enables you to easily customize the layout of your SharePoint forms, including configuring the exact width of selected fields.
KWizCom Forms inherits the SharePoint styles by default, so you'll have you forms consistent with your portal's design. However, you can also customize the KWizCom Forms styles by overriding the KWizCom Forms stylesheet with your own custom stylesheet.
This video shows how you can dynamically show/hide SharePoint list views according to logic conditions, by using KWizCom Forms.
This video provides an overview on KWizCom Forms Quick Navigation page settings. By enabling quick navigation, end-users can quickly navigate between list items without having to go through the list view. which results in 50% less page refreshes, so reviewing/updating a bulk of items can be done a lot faster.
This video includes an overview about KWizCom Forms external values: concept and capabilities.
Watch this video to learn how you to use external values when implementing your KWizCom Forms.
KWizCom Forms external values enable you to retrieve and update data from/to external sources. This video provides a general overview about the External Values setting page.
This video shows how to use KWizCom Forms built-in SQL server service to create a SQL server external value.
In this video shows an implementation of an order form, where each time an end-user selects a product from a drop-down, its available quantity is reloaded from a SQL database.
KWizCom Forms external values enable you not only to retrieve data from external sources, but also to update them. In this video we show how to create an external value that update SQL server database.
KWizCom Forms external values enable you not only to retrieve and update data from/to external sources. This video shows how to use a built-in service to create an external value that gets an item value from a remote SharePoint list.
KWizCom Forms external values enable you not only to retrieve and update data from/to external sources. In addition to using built-in external values such as SQL Server and ORACLE external values, you can also create a custom external value that calls your custom web page/web service. In this video we show an example of creating a custom external value that calls a custom ASP.NET page and passes dynamic properties to it.
KWizCom Forms external values enable you to connect your forms to external sources. In this video we show how to use the Excel built-in service to create external values that retrieve information from excel files, and populate form fields with these values.