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Customize SharePoint List and Library Forms to change the design and add business logic.

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Customize your SharePoint Forms within your browser so that you can see your changes whilst you are making them. Easily undo changes using version control so that you can revert back to a previously saved customized form.


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In this short video, we add input validation to a SharePoint External List Default New Form ensuring that when users add data to an External List, it is validated prior to writing to the external database. We customize a SharePoint List to change the layout to include groups, add a sub list, and show how actions can be called.






Using Lightning Forms

You can quickly, and easily build powerful forms which enable you to add your business logic and processes to out-of-the-box SharePoint lists and libraries. Using SharePoint, you can build views, apply filters, and add columns. Adding logic such as hiding fields based upon user selection, customizing input validation, or performing an action are just some of the additional capabilities that Lightning Forms provides.






Inserting SharePoint Forms ObjectsCustomize SharePoint Forms from within the browser

SharePoint Forms can be customized from within your browser and within the context of the form that you are editing. For instance, from within the SharePoint site, simply select the SharePoint List Form that you want to edit. An editor will be displayed allowing you to arrange the form to suit your requirements. You can insert tables, horizontal and vertical groups, insert buttons and action links as well as SharePoint fields. Every change you make can be seen instantly within the WYSIWYG editor.





Insert Sub lists and Sub libraries into your SharePoint FormsSharePoint Forms Sub List

SharePoint Sub Lists and Sub Libraries are a great addition to your SharePoint Forms especially when you have lookup columns between lists or libraries. In a similar way to how relational databases contain one-to-many relationships, joins can be created between SharePoint lists using lookup columns. Lightning Forms enhances this functionality with sub lists or sub libraries, which will display the related list items within your SharePoint lists Display or Edit forms. An example would be to display a Customer with related purchase orders in a document library. Or, as this example shows, the servicing history for each fleet vehicle.





Input Validation on SharePoint Forms

Input Validation

Ensure that your SharePoint content and External Data is valid and consistent using Input Validation on SharePoint Form fields. Input Validation is especially useful on External Lists since the out-of-the-box External List forms only offer basic validation such as ‘Required’. If you want to offer a minimum and maximum range for a numerical field value, or check for a valid email address/phone number. You can use Lightning Forms to easily add validation and custom error messages if the validation returns false for example.







Add Logic to your SharePoint Forms SharePoint Forms Calculated Column

Out-of-the-Box SharePoint List Forms provide a great means to collect information, but lack logic. Using Lightning Forms, you can build logic into your forms using the Behaviour tab. For instance, the Behaviour tab features include the ability to Enable and Disable Fields based upon a condition, Hide or Show Fields, Set Initial Values, Calculate Fields, and provide Field Validation. The Expression Builder makes working with existing fields and functions straight forward with the ability to test the results before saving.





SharePoint Forms Add Actions

SharePoint Form Action Builder

Lightning Forms Action Builder can be used to build actions behind the SharePoint Form load or behind buttons and links. Actions include Send Email, Show Message, Start Workflow, Open List Form, Redirect to URL and many more including Execute Script. Furthermore, using the Action Builder is simple, and a great way to control the flow and notifications of data collection within your SharePoint Forms.