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What are the Document Widget Properties

Document Widget

Document Widget can be used to attach a document to your workflow during data collection. The end-user selects the document on the Revolution Device to be attached and submitted with data. Additionally, you can enable the document to be viewable when you export the data to Excel. 

Document Widget—Properties

Generate Public URL for Accessing Documents

Generate Public URL for Accessing Documents default value is ‘Yes’. The drop-down list options include Yes or No. If the property is set to ‘Yes’—the document is visible when exporting data to Excel. If the property is set to ‘No’, the document will not be visible when the data is exported. 

Allowed File Type

The Allowed File Type default value is PDF. The Document Widget has the following file type: 

  • Doc
  • Xls
  • Pptx
  • Html
  • Docx
  • Xlsx
  • odt
  • Pdf
  • Ppt
  • txt

By default, only PDF documents are allowed. The allowed types can be decided at the time of designing the workflow and many or all of the above types can be set for this widget. The allowed file types can be specified as a comma-separated list of the above types. Example— pdf,txt,docx  

File Size Limit

File Size Limit default value is 0. The File Size Limit can be specified in MB for the document to be uploaded. Example—if the File Size Limit property is set to 5.5, the app user will be able to upload the document with a size less than 5MB while filling in the workflow from the mobile device. 

Document Widget—Common Properties

Document Widget Common Properties include—Label, Font Size, Place Holder, Required, Unique Identifier, On Value Change, Hidden, Value Display Mode, Default Help Mode, Increase Indent By, Visibility Conditions, and Validity Conditions. Reference Text Box Widget—Common Properties for definitions and examples 

Document Widget—Revolution Device

  1. Add Document Widget to your workflow, publish workflow, and load on the device
  2. Connect Revolution Device to your computer via USB cable
  3. Use File Explorer—Browse to DM700QP > Internal storage
  4. Use File Explorer—Browse to DM700QP > Internal storageSelect Internal storage > Browse to Folder > Download
  5. Select Internal storage > Browse to Folder > DownloadDrag and drop your select *.PDF file to the Download folder
  6. Drag and drop your select *.PDF file to the Download folderSelect your Workflow on Revolution Device with Document Widget
  7. Click Select Document >
  8. Click Select Document >Click the black file folder
  9. Click the black file folderClick Downloads
  10. Click DownloadsClick on the ellipse (three dots on the right of the screen)
  11. Click on the ellipse (three dots on the right of the screen)Click on Show SD card
  12. Click on Show SD cardClick the Downloads menu (three lines on the left)
  13. Click the Downloads menu (three lines on the left)Click Open from > Internal storage
  14. Click Open from > Internal storageInternal storage > Select Download folder
  15. Internal storage > Select Download folderSelect Document; i.e. view Doc Rev Device pdf
  16. Select Document; i.e. view Doc Rev Device pdfClick red X in the circle to remove the selected document. The dialog displays asking you to confirm you want to remove the document. Click NO. Dialog closed
  17. Click red X in the circle to remove the selected document. The dialog displays asking you to confirm you want to remove the document. Click NO. Dialog closedClick ‘Done’ to save the selected document to be attached to workflow data.
  18. Complete workflow and submit data.  Example—below displays submitted data to Digital Clipboard with PDF document attached. 

Complete workflow and submit data.  Example—below displays submitted data to Digital Clipboard with PDF document attached. 

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