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Operator Form conflict

Hello Team,

I created a form called "password.reset.g" and linked it to table operator.

Now, whenever I access this password.reset.g form from db manager to search a user. It shows me the default Operator Search Form. I want to see my newly created form and not the default Operator form.

I have very limited fields in my password.reset.g form. Same should be visible to user.

How to achieve this?

 

Thanks in advance.

Satish

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Re: Operator Form conflict

To change the search format, you need to change it at:

db -> Object -> operator -> search -> "Search Configuration" tab -> Modify Configuration -> change the search format to password.reset.g

https://s3.amazonaws.com/smhelpcenter/smhelp941/codeless/index.html#DocumentEngine/Forms_and_field_descriptions/search_configuration_tab_field_descriptions.htm%3FTocPath%3DGuides%2520and%2520reference%7CDocument%2520Engine%2520Guide%7CObjects%7CObject%2520Definition%2520form%2520and%2520fields%7C_____11

Hope it helps,

Ling-Yan

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Re: Operator Form conflict

Hello Ling-Yan,

Thanks for your suggestion.

However, my requirement is a set of users (admin) should be able to search using advFind.search.operator and others should be able to use password.reset.g only.

Reason, I am calling this form on menu and the users should have limited visibility on form unlike all the fields visible in advFind.search.operator.

Thanks and regards,

Satish

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Re: Operator Form conflict

Try modifying the I/O field on the display screen.  Use a variable and set it in the Initial Expressions section.

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