This dialog box allows you to configure a basic form. The basic form settings are also available in the other form types.
|Name||The name of the form will be displayed in the forms screen of the OSA application, so use a text that describes the function of the form. For example: If this form is used to send to the user’s home directory then you can name the form Scan to User’s Home Directory. The maximum number of characters allow in the form name is 25.|
|Single Touch mode||Select this check box to start the scan immediately after the user presses the form button on a device. You can select this option if you do not want the user to enter any information about the document.|
|Access Control||This group of settings regulates access policy to the form. The options are:
When the authentication type is Windows, you can use the browse button (...) to select Windows groups or users. The browse button is disabled for all other authentication types.
Group membership is determined by the authentication type:
|Scanning Settings||Configure the default settings for the scanned document. The available settings are:
You can modify the standard behavior of a form by responding to events. Some of the things you can do by enabling dynamic form are:
|Name||Type the name of the field. The name can be any combination of alphanumeric characters. Special characters (for example, ~, !, @, #, $, %) are not allowed. The maximum number of supported characters for this field is 15.|
|Display||Type an alternative text to represent the field in the MFP panel. If this entry is left empty for a field, then the field name will be displayed to users.|
|Type||Choose how the data for the field will be collected. The following field types are
|(required)||Select the check box in this column if the user must enter a value for the field.|
|(notify server)||Select the Notify Server when Field Changes check box to make the field trigger an event when the value of the field changes. You can respond to this event in the script that was configured for the dynamic form section in the general tab. For details on how to respond to form and field events refer to the Sharp MFP OSA Scripting documentation.|
|(properties)||Configure the properties for a field by clicking the browse button (...) in this column. A properties window will be displayed based on the field type.|
This tab allows users to configure process and route components. To configure a component, click the browse button (...) in the properties () column. This displays the configuration window of the component. Refer to the help for the component for instruction to configure its properties.