A submenu embedded in a form allows other specific forms to be executed, so that related tasks are performed and on completion return to the original form.
1 Create a submenu
1.1 Create a main form
Create a form in which the following submenu will be incorporatedt.
For this example, a form called "devtest_mainform" is created.
A test field is recorded.
1.2 Create subforms
Create three forms. These will be invoked from the submenu, so we can consider them as subforms of the main form.
For this example, the subforms "devtest_subform1", "devtest_subform2" and "devtest_subform3" are created. Each with a test field.
1.3 Assignment of subforms
Go to the main form and then to the "Form Menus" tab."
Enter the subforms with the order to be displayed in the submenu.
|10||Title of subform 1||devtest_subform1|
|20||Title of subform 2||devtest_subform2|
|30||Title of subform 3||devtest_subform3|
2 Access to submenu
To access the submenu during execution, access the form from the terminal. To access the submenu, use the "menu" option of this form.
Select the subform to be executed
When it exits the subform, it will return to the form from which it was invoked.