I'm trying to clear A LOT of fields in a form with a single (or maybe just a few) lines of code.
From what I've read so far, I have to use the Reset() command on every single field, which I'd like to avoid. Not because I'm lazy but because there's gotta be a better way?
Thanks in advance
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I guess that's my issue. It's a fill-and-email with a button press. There is no data being pulled or stored. I just want to clear all the fields once the email is sent.
Unless I'm misunderstanding, you need a data source to create a "form"?
Forms do expect some sort of data source, to define the columns/cards that the form displays and their respective data types. What have you defined for your Forms DataSource property?
How many fields are you populating/resetting?
I created a Sharepoint list to store the values since I was previously sending an email and not storing anything.
However, I found the Form control too limiting for the dense formatting this form requires (multi-page, 50 items per page).
I'm going to stick with Patch / Reset commands. I'm just disappointed that there is no easy way to reset the entire app without closing and reloading.
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