Pre Populated Drop Down Lists
  • 27 Jul 2022
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This Example Lab project demonstrates how to display a Form with a pre-populated dropdown list Form component.


The Example Lab project requires the input of a list of strings to populate the drop-down list. Custom input can be added when running the Flow or when creating a unit test in the debugger. The unit test provides a list of names to be used as an example. Whether at run-time or as a unit test, the Form will pre-populate the dropdown list with the input provided. The dropdown list can be expanded and searched for the desired selection, which is especially beneficial with larger data sets, like a corporation with thousands of accounts. Enter some text in the dropdown list text box and the matching values appear in the list. This can be tested using the unit test by beginning to type "Hannah" and observing that the remainder of the name will be auto-filled.

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