I have a task that may or may not have a custom form attached. How do I check the task and add the form if needed?
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I am glad you asked this question as it can be a bit tricky to figure out the easiest path here, but not terribly difficult to handle once you have a few tips.
The easiest explanation of this will come from seeing an example, so I've attached a Fusion 2.0 Scenario Blueprint. You can easily create a new scenario and import this, setup your connection and swap out relevant IDs to see this all work.
Essentially the steps are to
I've also include a picture of the scenario. Let me know if you have any questions.
Note: when using this blueprint, be sure to swap out the task ID (for a task you want to test with), and the custom form ID (for the custom form that matters to you) in both the filter and the last step. Cheers.
how would I apply more than one form to an object...in old fusion, you could access the objectCategories collection and set the categoryOrder. This blueprint only works for a single form.
This is great. Works a treat, however, in my scenario I have many modules downstream from here. Is there any way I can avoid having to replicate these modules for each output? The case being that if the form already exists then I can continue to the downstream modules and if it doesn't then I display it and then continue to the downstream modules. I take it there is no way I can connect the alternate outputs from the custom form check to the same set of downstream modules. Is that right? Also, there is no way to call scenarios from within a scenario, is there? Final question if I may, is there education or training on this deeper level of Fusion?
All the best.
This is a longshot since you posted so long ago, but did you ever get the blueprint to work?
Hi Kevin, I hope you are doing well.
Great point. In your case, rather than "adding a single form", it appears you'd like to Apply a Set of forms to an object. As usual, there are multiple ways to accomplish this one thing:
I hope this helps.