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Add the External Integration Command Button to the Form

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Overview

The External Integration Command button creates a button on the form that sends all information the user fills out on a form to the external server and populates empty fields with the values received from the external server. 

This article will show you how to add the External Integration Command button to a Form in your Form Center.

Instructions

  1. Create a New Form or Modify an Existing Form
  2. Drag-and-drop the External Integration Field Type to your form
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  3. Fill out fields
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    • Label: Name the field
    • Instructions: Provide a brief description of how to answer
    • Width: Select a width for the field
    • Service URL: Configuration for the external server
      • The Service URL property contains two parts, each enclosed in braces. The first part contains the protocol to use when communicating with the server. The second contains the web address of the web service or web page to use when connecting to the external service.
      • Example: {http}{www.mysite.com/TrashCollectionDay.aspx}
      • In the above example, the protocol being used is http, which instructs form center to send the information as a standard HTTP POST request, and expect an HTML document in response. A full description of the Service URL configuration can be found in in the article Service URL and Data Exchange Format.
    • Button Text: Text that displays on the button
  4. Select Save Changes
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  5. Click Save at the top of the page
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