Trigger actions

Learn the Trigger actions.

Trigger system actions allow the repeated actions to be collected as a package and called in the repeated parts of the actions within this package.

For example, when we act with the scenario that there are two buttons with the same function in the application, in order not to recreate the system actions in Button_1 in Button_2, the trigger actions are triggered like a package, making the process easier. To create trigger system actions in

Trigger elements are button and select box

Trigger Elements, select the trigger element from the Elements panel and drag and drop it to your workspace.(A)

You can create it from the Properties panel by clicking +Add Action → Initial Actions → Button_1 → Trigger → onClick.(A)

Together with the created action, the actions under button one will be called in button two.

You can use trigger actions by using trigger elements, or they can be created in different ways according to repetitive jobs.

For example, Trigger actions can be used in insert, update and delete functions within the table.

You can perform various operations on the Context menu (B) for the actions you create.

You can easily copy the action with the Copy option. This way, you gain speed where action repetition is required.

You can add a confirmation message for the action to run using the Add Confirmation option.

Also, with the Add Condition feature, you can specify certain conditions under which the added action should execute.

You can easily delete the action created with the Remove option.

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