When setting up a form, configure settings on the General, Fields, and Components tabs.
|Name||The name of the form to be displayed on the MFP panel. For example, if this form is used to send the scanned documents to the user’s home directory, then name the form "Scan to User’s Home Directory". This name must be unique among the forms at the current nesting level.|
|Display Name||The name that will be displayed on the MFP for this form.|
|Description||Description of the form.|
|Single Touch Scan||Check this option if the user should be restricted from entering any indexing data about the document. By selecting this option, the scan operation will start immediately after the user presses the "form" button on the device.|
|Scan Button Label||Label to be displayed on the Scan button.|
|Scan Settings||This table lists all the available scan settings. In the Value column default scan settings can be
configured, which will be used if the user does not change the setting at the device
Changeable check box on each setting to provide the user the ability to change setting from
the device panel.
See HP OXPd User Guide for detailed description of each scan parameter.
The following scan setting options are available with selected models:
|Dynamic Form||To enable dynamic forms, select the Enable Dynamic Form check box. This modifies standard behavior of a form to respond to events. This check
box allows the workflow server to load form snap-ins. Here are some examples of what
enabling dynamic forms can do:
After your enable dynamic forms, you can configure the following options:
Configure the indexing fields that will be presented to the user. Add fields by clicking on the New field button appearing as the first column header and labeled with “N”. Once you have added the first row, you can tab through to get additional fields added.
|Name||The field name should be unique among the other fields within this form.|
|Display||The text which is displayed above the field at the device panel.|
|Size Type||A field can be full-sized or half-sized. A full-sized field takes the entire space form the left margin to the right margin on the MFP panel, a half-sized field takes only half the space between the margins.|
|Type||A field type represents the format by which data is collected at the device panel.
Regardless of field type, the result
will be in text format. The following field types are supported:
|Notify Server||If this check box is selected, this field triggers an event when the value of the field changes. The event can be responded to in the snap-in 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 HP OXPd Capture Component Snap-in documentation.|
|Properties||Allows user to edit additional properties of the field type.|
Configure the component for this form by clicking the Properties button (right-most column on each row). The configuration window for the component will be displayed. Refer to the help for the component for instructions to configure.