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E1: ORCH: How To Use The "Form Service Request" Event In Event Rules in FDA (Doc ID 2768415.1)

Last updated on APRIL 13, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

 There is a Event called "Form Service Request" in Form Design Aid.  How do you use this when integrating with orchestration?

The documentation shows: 

The ER event "Form Service Request" is designed to be used for the mobile integration using the REST API calls.

There is documentation about it in E910, but the information doesn't exist for E920 since we do not support mobile apps anymore.  - https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24705_01/doc.91/e56635/config_ais_calls.htm#EOTMD144

6.3.3 Using the Form Service Request Event in FDA
Starting with EnterpriseOne Tools release 9.1.4, the Form Service Request event is available within FDA for each form. This event occurs after the Post Dialog Initialized event, but before any of the form actions requested in the form service call execute. This event enables you to perform some operations, or business logic, when you know the form that is being called from a form service request.

This event also provides access to the requested form service actions, referred to as CRUD (Create, Read, Update, or Delete) actions, by using the "Get Form Service Request Action" system function. This enables you to create additional logic based on the value sent in the form service request.

Using the Form Service Request event in FDA should be secondary to using events (actions) provided in the Form Service Request from the mobile application. Oracle recommends that you only use the FDA event if you cannot accomplish a desired result with the form action events.



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