At Dew-X, plugins are form components that provide additional functionality. Plugins are used when creating or editing forms while creating new processes  lub editing existing ones. We add them by defining the name and selecting one of the available ones Creator 1 Add extension Some, such as the section description, require filling in the content Add extension description Thanks to this plugin, you can add any text to the form, e.g. information or instructions for the user. Another, such as the Central Statistical Office, only requires specifying whether it will be required to fill in its fields on the form or not. This plugin looks like this when added to the form: GUS extension and allows you to automatically download company data from the Central Statistical Office after providing the NIP number and enter them into the form. Note: sometimes the database of the Central Statistical Office does not contain complete information, e.g. the BP fuel company does not have the tax identification number provided and it is impossible to find it using this parameter. There are also other plugins available:
  • Selection list – allows you to add a field containing a list defined in this plugin, from which the user, when completing the form, will make a selection
  • Separator – allows you to add an additional break in the form between fields or plugs in the form of invisible or various types of lines
  • User data – the plugin will automatically fill in the name, surname and e-mail address of the person filling out the form
  • Table – by defining the names of subsequent columns and the type of data to be placed in them, the plugin will allow you to build a table. A sample table may contain, for example, columns: product name, net amount, VAT amount, gross amount and will allow the user to add and fill any number of rows containing these amounts. Columns containing “amount” fields will be automatically summed up. Note: on printouts from the system, data from tables are presented in lines. (amounts / costs)
  • Dictionary – a more extensive version of the Selection list. Thanks to it, you can put fields with a defined list of values and labels on forms. This can be, for example, a list of cars, employees, customers, suppliers, locations, projects, cost centers, case types, etc. You can read more about this plugin here