Creating Meta-Forms Overview

What The Tables Do

Once you have installed the experience (Step 1 of the Install the Data Experience), your environment will be populated with these tables and queries:
Forms Table: This table houses all of the existing forms in your environment. Adding an entry to this table, will add a form to the complete list of forms. The table is used to link form fields and form sections to one specific form, and it connects to the table which contains all of the form responses/data.
Form Sections Table: This table is used to create separation between parts of the form. For instance, when creating a quiz based on compliance, you can use this table to create a section for the technological questions, one for the policy based questions, and one for any possible quiz feedback. A new form section can be created by adding a new entry to this table. The form sections need to be connected to the form created in the Forms table.
Form Fields Table: This table is used to create all of the possible data entry fields associated with the form sections within the form. To create a new form field, simply add an entry to the table and connect it to the form section. In the example of the quiz, add an entry for every question and link it to the appropriate form section.
Get Form MetaData Query: This query will return the metadata of your form, using the form ID present in the Forms table. The results will show such data as whether a form field is mandatory or not, the choices present for each question, the column names and types present in the table containing your form data, the form fields and sections, the JSON data, and more.
Get Form Sections Query: This query uses the form ID, present in the Forms table, in order to return all of the form sections present within the form.
For any users who want to access forms/want forms to execute properly, they need to have access to all of the following tables and queries. These include the three tables and two queries shown above, as well as the Tables, Table Columns, and Domains tables within that user's specific environment.
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