Design a Basic Web Form in Oracle Process Cloud Service

[music, wind, chimes] Web forms define the user interface that
application users see in the workspace. From the palette, drag and drop the controls
into the body of the form. Notice the position cursor changes to show where the controls will be placed on the form? Rename controls to make them more
meaningful. By adding a repeat control, my users can enter the same type of information multiple times. A section control organizes a group of
controls users can expand and collapse. I’m moving this section into the repeat
control. This web form was created from scratch. If an application has existing business
objects, you can use them in conjunction with controls to design a web form. To change the way a web form looks, add a description, choose whether the web form can be saved, or printed, and whether the decorater icon should be
displayed on the controls. From the style tab, change the color of the
web form. When a control is selected, the properties
editor changes to display the options available for that
particular type of control. Just like the web form, you can edit the
control’s settings and style. The placeholder field is a great way to add
text you want users to see when they complete the form. Changing the width of controls makes better
use of the web form space. And for the drop-down and radio control
types, you can enter the options users will select from. For that section control, you can specify the minimum and maximum
times it repeats. Always test the web form to ensure the
overall layout looks good and the controls function as expected. When the web form looks good, save it. Well that’s how to create and add some style
to a web form. Be sure to check out the other video in this
series. [music, wind, chimes]

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