Hello All -
I am looking to create a page for users to quickly view their active requests and be able to edit it (via the edit form) on the same page. Usually within InfoPath, this can be accomplished by connecting the list and the form webparts and telling the form the get the data from the list. This would allow users to select any item and the form pull in all of the specific details for that item.
I have my edit form and desired list webparts on the page and attempting to connect them so that the edit form shows the details for the selected item, but am running into issues. The form webpart requires a Item ID to know what to display (makes sense), but we won't know that until the user selects one to open. Is there something that I should enter in to that required field?
Thanks in advance!
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You can edit the view with JS by simply applying a JS Link overwrite of the view. JS Link for SharePoint 2013 Web Parts–A Quick Functional Primer | idubbs.com
I did manage to get something working, but if there is a better way, please let me know.
What I did:
Here I see that the form is asking to be connected to a list view or configure the properties.
Here I see that the form is now displaying the selected item, but in display.
No way! I had trouble connecting the webpart before, I would love to see this working! So from the first image where you had everything configured but the ID (which is required), you simply applied this and hit save page? Then you could connect the two webparts (list, and list form)? More screen shots please. I really like this solution
Andrew, that is correct. Here is the process I did with additional screenshots:
Page will look similar to this:
List should now display the 'Select' column
You will now have a page that has a list and the corresponding EDIT form.
Hope this helps.
Is there a way to be able to switch between the different form views? As an example:
User selects the form and reviews the information on it and sees that an edit needs to be made so now there is a options for them to go into edit mode but still only use the same two web-parts.
I would have to take a look at this deeper, but I would leave it as Edit Mode when creating the webparts. Since Nintex Forms doesn't really do views the same way as InfoPath, if you really wanted to do it you would have to create sections on your form and run rules to hide/show fields.
Hope this helps!
I think this is completely broken in Nintex Forms 2013.
Check the screen shot below
Selected Item ID is 7 and Form is displaying Item ID 10
Event URL has the right Item ID Selected
Has anyone tried this List Form Webpart connection on Nintex Form 2013 and got it working.
If yes, please send us the webpart configuration for both webparts and/or any other special configuration
This worked out for me. I actully ran into problems on page save where I got the error "Error:This page contains content or formatting that is not valid. You can find more information in the affected sections. " which is actually an error coming from the web part settings for the list form web part. To solve this, I found out I forgot to populate the "List name" field.
Thank for your solution.