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Modify Document Action -- add Fields
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LIST FIELDS

     
BUSINESS PROCESS TEMPLATE

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ACTION SETUP  

MODIFY DOCUMENT ACTION SETUP (add fields)

TEST RUN -- ELEMENT ENTRY

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION TRIGGERED

END RESULT -- NO ADDITIONAL INFORMATION APPENDED

 
Modify Document Action -- add Fields
I am having a bit of difficulty finding how to make the "add fields" work within the modify document action, or perhaps I am misunderstanding them.

Here is my BP. It is being performed on a LIST.

1. User 1 fills out a Element 1 in a list that has fields "A, B, and C". This starts the workflow
2. User 2 is prompted for additional information on new fields "D, E, and F". User 2 submits.
3. Modify Document Action -- i have sel ected "add fields" and have created fields matching "D, E, and F" field types. I then map the additional information values onto these new fields. I do this by retrieving the additional information values under "ins ert value -- variables".

My understanding of the "add new fields" in the "modify document" action is that the fields D, E, and F should appear appended to Element 1 (with the appropriate values specified in the additional information process). Am I misunderstanding this?

The idea here is that User 1 can only fill out certain information, and User 2 can only fill out certain information on the same document. I can see that I can create the list to have fields A,B,C,D,E, and F from the start and then use the "add conditions" instead of "add fields", but then I have no way to restrict User 1 fr om putting values in to the fields D, E, and F.







 
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