This is a list with a serial of different examples for a quite more uncommon situations.

1 How to use show attribute

All the endPoints allows to hide themselves from the menu. In a first sight this may seem useless, but the functionality of this is to allow the creation of endPoints which are only accessible from a link in other endPoints, not through the menu Navigation bar.

In this example the cart EndPoint is hidden, and a link is created in a List endPoint which will redirect the user to the cart applying a certain filtering:



    <endPoint type="CART" title="REPLENORDER_ITEM" path="test" show="false">
        <cartConfiguration autoLoad="true">
                <pkCol nullable="true">codalm</pkCol>
                <cartItemSelector title="CINFA">
            <cartView>frontend_getCartFull2</cartView> <!-- Select for the cart -->
            <cartSmallView>frontend_getCartCompleted</cartSmallView> <!-- Select for the small cart -->
            <getExistingCartSerial>frontend_getCartSerial</getExistingCartSerial><!-- get the serial of the open cart-->
            <findItemInCart>frontend_searchSerialLineCart</findItemInCart><!--search the line of an item in the open cart-->
            <checkoutTransaction>frontend_cart_doch</checkoutTransaction> <!-- Transaction of the cart-->
            <lineTransaction>frontend_cart_docl</lineTransaction> <!-- transaction for the lines-->
            <shippingInfo>frontend_getShippingInfo</shippingInfo><!-- Select to obtain the shipping info-->
            <countDistinctItems>frontend_countDistintItemCart</countDistinctItems> <!-- count the amount of lines in the open cart-->
    <endPoint path="ffplantranshcodsoc" title="OFFERORDER_ITEM" type="LIST">
            <link column="marca" href="/cart/test/0/productList?marca={marca}"/>

The SQL Query of the List EndPoint is:



        DISTINCT marca, modelo
    <from table="garticul">

The result will be something like:

Where each line has a link to the cart with a certain filter

2 Form with default values, but without constraints

When any page with a Form is being loaded, you can define a set of constraints through the appConfiguration.xml ( notEditable and default constraints). However, in some occasions the form page must display a default value, but this one might be allowed to be edited by the user.

To do that, the only thing that needs to be done is to create a link to the form sending this default values in the path as path params:

Below three forms are displayed with they URL path each time.

form/orders/258/edit form/orders/258/edit?email=TestDefault form/orders/258/edit?codpos=TestDefault
Any change applied email with a default value constrained inputs prevail over this path default inputs

3 Top used Box

A small box with links to the top used endPoints is possible to implement.


The fast-links added at the top used box can only be links to endPoints of type = LIST



        <endPoint type="LIST" title="TITLE_ORDERS" titleSingular="TITLE_ORDER" path="orders">
        <endPoint type="LIST" title="TITLE_CLIENT" titleSingular="TITLE_CLIENTS" path="customers">
        <endPoint type="LIST" path="deliveryNotes" title="TITLE_DELIVERYNOTE">

This is the SQL query used to get the Top Used list:



    <select-one>'orders' dest,           'Pedidos' descr</select-one>
    <select-one>'deliveryNotes' dest,    'Albarans' descr</select-one>

This will create a box with two links that will appear at the left of the page