Form Actions

Action Form comes with a dozen different action types and the order in which they are added to the list matters a lot for a few different reasons. First of all, Action Form provides a shared context where Actions can store their data. This means that actions at the top can provide data for other actions down the stack to use. 

In Action Form you can set Actions in three places:

       1. Set actions on the submit button. 

              Note that before you can set actions, you need to add a button field for your form. 

       2. Set actions On Init Event

       3. Set actions On Validation Failed Event

Check out the specific sections for more details about each action that you can set in Action Form.