It allows the selection of confirmation such as true/false, yes / no for the information written.
‘’Check box’’ icon at Toolbox
How it looks like on the Canvas
The check box will not appear on the canvas. To be visible the tool, can expand it.
Properties of the form tool;
Name: The name of the tool will be written here.
Default Value: The value entered here appears in the form tool by default.
Help Text: It is the text that is entered for comment when the mouse is placed on the Check box tool.
Height / Width: Adjusts the height and width of the Check box tool.
From Left / Top: Adjusts the distance of the Check box tool from the left and top.
Linked Object: Links to an object element created by action. When the object element runs, the information is filled in according to the object area.
Linked Object Area: Selects the fields within the linked object area.
Pin Right: Pins the Check box tool to the right.
Display: Makes the tool not appear on the screen.
Form Only: The information entered in the tool is not saved to SQL, but only in form.
When the value changes: Assign an “Action” as on value changes handler. For more information please click here.
If you write 1 in the default value, it will appear checked on the client-side.
As an alternative way, by adding an action to the form itself, you can bring the check box checked. For this, when the form is opened is selected as the action. Update value is selected as the operation. Select the check box, that name is Confirmation, from Value Area for the part which value will be changed. Since the check box is kept as true and false in the database, you must send it <true> value in the part of the SQL Query.
If you want to use Linked Object properties, the object is created as in the picture with the action as when the form is opened and create a new data object.
If this object is selected from Linked Object and Area properties of the check box, according to this example, the check box will become checked on the client screen.
Property of the tool.