Form Settings: Subscript – Enterprise Edition

Form Settings: Subscript – Enterprise Edition

Subscript refers to the code used in OmegaForms. The subscript’s spectrum identifies the target of the subscript: the current form, a server or other hosted service, the user’s machine, a visitor’s browser. The slipstream may also be changed to accommodate any desired coding conventions or for additional features. Additional information about the slipstream and subscript can be...

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Form Settings: Components – Enterprise Edition

Form Settings: Components – Enterprise Edition

Components are the contents of a form created in the form’s Design Mode. While the position and properties of components are modified in the form’s Design Mode, access to all components are provided in the Components section to manage and troubleshoot from an overview of all items. Offline components are only accessible from this...

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Form Settings: Menus – Enterprise Edition

Form Settings: Menus – Enterprise Edition

Menus allow options to be selected from the main menubar when a form is opened. Using menus can allow a form to be less cumbersome when multiple options exist for areas of a form. Subscript is specified for controlling the functionality of menu items once...

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Form Settings: Audits – Enterprise Edition

Form Settings: Audits – Enterprise Edition

Audits of forms are encouraged at regular time intervals. These documented reviews should be used to ensure the form and related content is functioning as expected and the form is serving the organization as intended. Audits of all forms can be viewed by administrators of OmegaForms to ensure each form is being audited as...

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Form Settings: Areas of Concern – Enterprise Edition

Form Settings: Areas of Concern – Enterprise Edition

Areas of Concern (AOCs) are highlights given to data requiring immediate action. This data could be outdated, missing, or otherwise erroneous. AOCs are initially highlighted on the Omega Forms List, with breadcrumbs being highlighted on each subsequent screen accessed until the related data is visible. To add an AOC, request what you would like highlighted below: the criteria for data to be an...

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Form Settings: Access List – Enterprise Edition

Form Settings: Access List – Enterprise Edition

The Access List specifies how all users are able to connect to a specific form. Each active user is listed, alongside details about their access. This list is always referenced when accessing a form; a user must have a valid Access Type when opening a standard form, regardless of how the form is accessed. By selecting one or more users from the list, and then choosing an Access Type from the...

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