Multi-step or multi-panel form in aem6.5

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04-09-2020

Hi,

 

I have created one multi-panel adaptive form in AEM 6.5. So like every child panel has some fields. Now in the last panel, I have one requirement like (Review & Submit). So In review, I have to show basically all panel fields. All panels fields  should come in the last (Review & Submit) to review.

Is this possible? If yes then How ?

Thanks in advance.

 

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Kirti Khatri

 

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07-09-2020

@kirtikhatri1 yes, this is possible and a very common use case. Make sure the summary page has field bound to the same data model object.

 

 ex: create a text field in on the panel and bind it to /test/field1, now if you have another field with the same binding the value will replicate between the fields:

 

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-64/forms/adaptive-forms-advanced-authoring...

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 No you can create xsd using notepad and make sure it is valid by opening it in any browser

you just need a parent element and put all your elements under this parent element

 

https://www.w3schools.com/xml/schema_example.asp

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Without schema you will have to manually set the value of the fields that you want to show in the review and submit panel

create a xsd and associate the xsd with the form and map individual form fields to the schema elements 

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This is easier to achieve if your form is based on schema

In the last panel simply put the fields that you want to review and mark them as readinly