Use this tab to configure general properties of the form.
|Name||Enter the name of the form. This name will be displayed on the Web UI.
The maximum number of characters allowed in the form name is 36.
|Icon||Specify the path to an icon image that will be used for this form. This field is optional. If the icon is not specified, the default one will be used.|
|Description||Enter a brief description of the form. This field is optional.|
|File upload restrictions||This group of settings allows you to restrict the files being uploaded through this form.|
|Allow form submitting||Select this check box to allow the users to send files through the form into the workflow.
When this check box is selected, the Documents section and the Send button are shown on the Web UI. If this check box is cleared, these controls are not shown and the user cannot add files to the form and create a new job in the workflow.
|Minimum number of files||Enter the minimum number of files that can be sent when using this form. The default value is 0.|
|Maximum number of files||Specify the maximum number of files that can be sent when using this form. The default value is 10.|
|Maximum file size||Specify maximum allowable size of uploaded files. Enter the value and select the unit of size.|
|Limit format of uploaded files (any format by default)||Select this check box to specify the file formats that can be sent through this form. If this check box is cleared, there is no restriction to the file format.|
Click the browse button (...) to add file formats to be accepted,
for example, text (.txt), DOC (.doc), PDF (.pdf).
This text box is only enabled when the Limit format of uploaded files (any format by default) check box is selected.
|Access Control||This group of settings regulates access policy to the form.
Note: Access control settings are disabled when LDAP authentication type is selected on the Authentication tab. All users will see and use the form.
|Public access||If this option is selected, all users can see and use the form.|
|Restricted access||If this option is selected, only users in the Allowed users/groups list can see and use the form. If the user belongs to a group in the list, then this user can see the form.|
|Allowed users/groups||Specify a user or a group of users that will have access to the form. Click the
browse button (...) to open the Select Users or
Groups dialog box that allows you to select a user or a group.
This text box is enabled, when Restricted access is selected.
|Dynamic form||You can modify the standard behavior of a form by attaching a script that contains VB.NET code that will be run when certain events are received from the Web UI. This functionality is referred to as “Dynamic form”. For details on the script editor window and the object model used to respond to form and field events please refer to the Web Capture Scripting Documentation.|
|Enable dynamic form||Select this check box to enable How to use the dynamic form.|
|Script path||Path to the VB.NET script that contains the code to respond to form and field events. An existing script can be selected by clicking the browse button (...) next to the Script Path box.|
|Edit script code||Click this button to open the Script Editor window with the basic script code.|
|Raise event when||Select form events to be raised.|
|Form is loaded||Raise an event on the server every time the user enters the form.|
|Form is validated||Raise an event on the server every time the user presses Send on the Web UI to submit the form.|
|Form is submitted||Raise an event on the server every time when the documents are sent into the process.|
|Run as device logged in user||Select this check box to attempt to run the script with the privileges of the logged in user. Typically this is selected when the logged on user would have privileges that are not assigned to the user name that is running the workflow.|