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The Workflow component is a generic container for running workflows; you can target the specific container from which you want the workflow to run.

You also have the option to configure a persistent workflow, which is a workflow that continuously runs when you activate the workflow container (for example, by a Show command). This is useful when you want a workflow to be a permanent visual in your app.

Workflow components do not need a persistent workflow, as they can be targeted directly by the Run Workflow command and supplied with a specific workflow to run.

Main Settings

Field

Description

Title

Type a title to display for the component.

Icon

To select an icon to represent the component, click Select Icon, click the desired icon, and click OK. To remove the icon, click Clear Icon.

Button Style

Choose the button shape - either Rounded or Square. 

Optional Persistent Workflow

Field

Description

Change Command

Displays the current command. 

Title

Type a title to display for the workflow. This title is used both in Web and Designer.

Icon

To select an icon to represent the component, click Select Icon, click the desired icon, and click OK. To remove the icon, click Clear Icon.

Input Arguments

 

Run Asynchronously

If enabled, the command executes the workflow but does not wait for it to finish.

Visibility Filters

Field

Description

Visible To

Determines which users and groups can access this component. If no users or groups are specified, all users can access this component by default.

The Hidden From setting overrides this setting.

Hidden From

Determines which users and groups are explicitly forbidden to access this component.

 This setting overrides the Visible To setting.

Layout

Field

Description

Slot

Select the slot to position the component within the Map component. In addition to the various positions on the map, such as Top Left and Bottom Center, you can position the component within the map context menu, which appears when the user right-clicks the map. You can also position the component within the Popup slot, which appears at the mouse cursor. 

This setting only appears when the component is within the Map component.

Margin (px)

The margin space around the component in pixels.

Initially Hidden

Specifies whether or not the component is initially hidden when the app loads. If selected, the component remains hidden unless activated, for example, by the Show command.

Map

The Map component this component affects. This setting cannot be modified if this component is either a subcomponent of a Map component or there is only a single Map component in the app.

 

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