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How can I create filters with fixed values ​​in a Search Form?

How can I create filters with fixed values ​​in a Search Form?

My goal is to reduce the number of search for some predifinido value.

Ex: Search all instances of procurement processes with "paid" attribute equal to false. I do not want the user to change the parameter value to true.

Then I want to perform the search and choose the one instance that interests me.

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Dear Djalma,

You can add default value and select not editable value to renders when you are creating your query forms (query_forms). Please check these images:

Set default value

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Set not editable:

a3in

Regards

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Dear Djalma,

You can add default value and select not editable value to renders when you are creating your query forms (query_forms). Please check these images:

Set default value

w3bn

Set not editable:

a3in

Regards

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Dear Juan Zuluaga,

thanks for you answer, but i'm using a search form , this example is about a query form.

using a search form i got the registry at the end, but i dont know how to put a value not editable at the filter like you made at the query form.

I would like to do the same in a search form, is it possible?

Regards.

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Dear Djalma,

A member of our support team will contact you.

Regards

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I am searching on students which can be register to many courses, so is 1:* relationship between Student and Register Entities. Now I am searching student and I am getting multiple records of same student, how can I filter out to as show Distinct-values values. for reference I haven't expression in this search at the movement...

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Dear Khurram,

Currently our product does not include this feature. We invite you to use our feedback platform on the ideas space to post your request.

This platform will allow you to share your ideas so that the whole Bizagi BPM Suite community can vote and discuss them. We want to make sure we solve the needs of our clients, so that we can add the features you consider most important.