We created a section for users to input business information for their order. The section uses properties from 2 different data types, Business and Address, that should be saved under one big field list property (of the Order data type) called OrderInformation. In Pages & Classes, we specified pages for the two data types (D_Business and D_Address). Upon opening the form, the clipboard shows a D_Address page but no D_Business page. Upon entering information into the Business property fields and submitting, the application sends back a "operation completed successfully but returned no content" message. Entering information into the Address property fields resulted in a normal application flow.
Is there a better way to specify the pages or is there some internal error with Business?
As shown below, I reference a data class and then add a name for the page. It shows up on the clipboard when the form runs and they each contain the corresponding information inputted by the user in the form.
Posted: 7 years ago
Posted: 11 Aug 2016 9:21 EDT
Isabella Newton (IsabellaN)
Senior System Architect
I have a new challenge though. I want to save the Business and Address properties that users input with the form to a page list called Order which is in the -Work class of data type Order. Order does contain both Business and Address data types so the information wouldn't have to be converted in any way, just saved to a different place. Is there a way to get the properties from the form to save to this page list instead of the pages that are specified in the Pages&Classes tab of the form?