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This video showcases how to create forms for SharePoint External lists quickly and easily using SharePoint and SPARK Forms. The external list form supports various advanced controls, such as cascading lookup fields, Richtext, Dropdown, People & Groups Picker, and more, and reflects their data to the external database. This feature enables designers to create mixed-data forms that incorporate functionalities from both external databases and SharePoint lists.
Learn how to create master-details forms in SharePoint using SPARK Forms Builder, without writing any code. In just 1 minute, you can create a relational form between multiple lists using the repeater control and a single rule. Retrieve, add, update, and delete details records using a wizard dialog.
Learn how to easily retrieve data from external data sources and LoB using the "Web Connector" control and SPARK Forms internal functions. Integrate your list or library with external applications' data sources and populate their data to your form using SOAP or REST methods. Ideal for SharePoint environments that require robust integration with external lines of businesses through their web services and APIs.
Learn how to retrieve data from internal or external XML data sources using the "XML Connector" control and SPARK Forms Builder internal functions. Easily create centralized, integrated, high-performance forms, and cascading XML connector controls without adding any code. Ideal for SharePoint environments that depend on InfoPath forms and need to retrieve important information from XML data source files.
In this video, you'll learn how to use the SQL connector control in SPARK Forms to integrate external databases directly without external connectivity services. And how to retrieve data from external databases to multiple controls in your form at runtime. The video also covers how to create dynamic SQL queries and combine them with form controls, variables, and static values for seamless integration. The SQL Connector control also offers advanced features that allow you to bind query data to different types of controls.
This video demonstrates how to add and configure the Advanced Lookup control in SPARK Forms. This control can consume data from any list within the local site collection or from other site collections in the web application, making it ideal for displaying data from large lists without causing delays in form load times. With a popup search form, users can easily search for and sort data in the source list. The selected item is presented in the form as a link that redirects the user to the selected item's view page.
In this video you will learn how to use the lookup control from SPARK Forms in your SharePoint forms, and how you can use it in large data lists to search and filter the data by simply typing in the control and how you can create a searchable data consisting of a combination between two or more columns in the target list.
This video demonstrates how to integrate multiple lists into a single form using either a lookup control or the "get List item Data" function provided by SPARK Forms Builder. It also shows how to create cascading drop-down menus and apply cascading filters to selected queries within your SharePoint form.
Learn how to add, update, and delete items in other SharePoint lists using SPARK Forms Builder's internal functions in this video. This powerful feature enables you to operate on other lists items from within the form, distribute data depending on specific criteria, and display items from other lists in a popup dialog. You can even update or delete multiple sets of items based on a CAML query.
In this video, you will learn how to quickly retrieve and display user profile data in your SharePoint forms using the People Picker control and user profile functions available in SPARK Forms Builder. By following a few simple steps, you can query and present user profile data dynamically without the need for coding or scripting. This feature is available for SharePoint 2013/2016/2019/SE and Office365 users.
This video will show you how you can execute SQL procedures in SharePoint using SPARK Forms Builder. You can use the SQL connector control to do that easily using the control configuration wizard dialog. you will be able to execute "Post" method for the procedure in order to add, update or delete database records and the "Get" method to retrieve records from database. the SQL Connector allows to creating a dynamic call by connecting the procedure parameters with form's controls and variables.
This video will show you how to retrieve data from another SharePoint list using the “Advanced Lookup” control and SPARK Forms Builder internal functions. Using this method will enable you to create a centralized, integrated, high performance and reliable forms. Integrating your list or library with other external lists inside or outside your current site collection and populating their data to your form has become very easy using this technique, you just need to drag the control, configure it and build a simple rule to populate the retrieved data to your form’s controls.