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Is it possible to have two different input forms to edit the same underlying data schema?

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I am noting that the Input Form name value must be equivalent to the underlying schema name.

Hence it would seem only one form per schema is possible?

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It appears that you can have multiple forms to work on the same schema. To designate the form to use, add the attribute


form="namespace:formName"

For example in a nodeModel open tag of a navtree

<nodeModel folderLink="program" form="xtk:folder" ...

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Employee

The names don't have to match, but then the form XML has to explicitly call out the schema to edit with that form, using the attribute:

entity-schema="namespace:schemaName"

in the form open tag, e.g. <form entity-schema="neo:product">.

Regarding your second question, can you use multiple forms to edit the same schema, let me look into that.

Linda

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Correct answer by
Employee

It appears that you can have multiple forms to work on the same schema. To designate the form to use, add the attribute


form="namespace:formName"

For example in a nodeModel open tag of a navtree

<nodeModel folderLink="program" form="xtk:folder" ...