A Form task is used to present your end-user with an Integrify form constructed within the Integrify forms library. It may be used once or several times within a process depending on your needs and there is no limit on the number of forms you may have within a process.
To add a Form you have created to the Form Task in a Process, right click on the task and hover over Configuration and click on Configure Task.
The General Settings area allows you to define what form you would like to use and it also provides additional prefill configuration options.
After you have added a Form task to the process and selected Configure Task from the task's menu, you will be presented with the following:
To associate a form with this task, select the Selected Form drop-down list and navigate to the location of the form you have created:
After the form has been selected, make sure that you press the Save button at the bottom of the dialog.
After this has been completed, the selected form is now associated with the task and the Advanced Settings tab will be accessible:
At this point, the task is configured and may be used within your process with no additional settings. When a user is assigned to the task, he/she will be presented with the form you have selected for this task.
You can also select Preview Form to ensure that you have selected the correct form that you want to use with the form task:
You can also access the form directly and make changes to the fields and/or format through the Form Task menu by selecting Form Designer:
It is possible to prefill form fields with previous form data or system data. Read more about Prefilling Form Fields.
The Fields To Capture tab allows you to define which form fields are captured when they are posted. These fields are then exposed to the process for rules and prefills and are also exposed to the Integrify reporting engine. In cases where you display a form to a user in read-only mode, you may not wish to re-record the same choices in the task history.
Please Note: If you add questions to a form after configuring the form to be part of the form task, the new questions will not be part of the "Fields To Capture" list until you click the "Import Fields" button to add the new questions. Also, if you remove questions from a form, the question list for the form task will also not be updated until you click the "Import Fields" button.
By default, when a form is created, any user(s) who is associated with the request (i.e. users who are assigned to tasks in that request) have the opportunity to review the Request Detail and all of the data submitted.
It is possible to restrict access to the contents of a particular question(s) in the Request Detail based on role assignment. To restrict access to a question, start by selecting the Restrict View To Role drop-down for the field that you would like to restrict. You will be presented with the following dialog:
Just select the role name in the Restrict View To Role drop-down list. Only individuals in this role will see the question value in the Request Detail as the request is executing. For all other users, it will remain blank.
If the form assigned to this Form Task includes parameterized questions, you can pre-fill those parameters in the Query Parameters tab. All parameters of this type are required to be pre-filled and they will be automatically listed in this section. Any source for a pre-fill that can be utilized for Individual Question Pre-fill Options, can also be used to prefill a parameterized form question
You can optionally define the text that will display for the form buttons that the user will select when either submitting the form or saving a draft of the form.
Or, you can choose not to display the 'Save Draft' button:
This line will access the value of the first item (the first parameter defined on the form task): intForm.prefills.variables.Value;
Note that for this option to work, you need to set the Specific Prefill Settings option on the form task or the variable values will not be properly populated.