Posts Tagged ‘database’

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Web-forms and workflow

July 9, 2009

When participating in a workflow, end users contribute information through web-forms.  

With web-forms you: 

  • Complete tasks by filling out simple or complex web-forms.
  • Answer questions and have the answers stored in a database. 
  • Place post-it notes on web-forms.
  • See a log of all changes to data within a web-form.
  • View help on a web-form to ensure its correct completion.
  • See informative error messages when web-forms are fill out incorrectly.
  • Approve and Reject web-forms.
  • Upload, check-in and check-out documents or files. 

Until tomorrow,

Flo

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Data Capture Web Forms

July 2, 2009
Complete tasks by using web-forms

Complete tasks by using web-forms

When participating in a workflow, you can contribute information through web-forms. With web-forms you:

  • Complete tasks by filling out simple or complex web-forms.
  • Answer questions and have the answers stored in a database.
  • Place post-it notes on web-forms.
  • See a log of all changes to data within a web-form.
  • View help on a web-form to ensure its correct completion.
  • See informative error messages when web-forms are fill out incorrectly.
  • Lock forms to prevent use by more that one person at a time
  • AJAX enabled forms so you are not waiting for pages to refresh
  • Capture Parent, Child and Grand Child information
  • View, create and update information in 3rd party databases
  • Approve and Reject web-forms.
  • Upload, check-in and check-out documents or files.

Workflow software speeds up communication between relevant parties and makes your life easier, saving you time and your organisation money.