What am trying to creat a multi level state machine work flow, for each level there has to be different forms. For example normal user will see and fill some info, manager , director, HR, accounts will see and fill some extra data.
Two options - You can have multiple forms on a list, each form is tried to a content type, so adding multiple content types allows multiple forms, and as the process goes you can change content type associated and user will get a different form. You will be required to maintain multiple forms in this case.
Option two is to use a status column to drive what is shown on the form, using panels with rules to hide what isn't relevant at the certain point in the process.
Thanks Warsick I will try that. do you have a video or article for the same ?
currently I am testing the form by putting a panels and disabling controls based on groups.
Sorry my Questions may look basic, I have only started the trials a couple of days back.
I thinkWarwick Ward has already brought you on the right track and to use fn-IsMemberOfGroup('groupname') is also a good approach! :-)
I found two good articles about showing and hiding controls with Nintex Forms, maybe that helps:
Show or hide controls with Rules in Nintex Forms
Disable a Panel based on Group?
Can I go ahead and mark Warwick Ward response as correct, or did you want to? What he described is the closest you will get to having "views" at the moment.
Hi mike , sorry I haven't got a chance to test it as it is the weekend here in Dubai. I will update it on Sunday.
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