If you use a K2 SmartObject lookup for assigning email addresses dynamically in a K2 Email Event and the source returns duplicate addresses, these are displayed in the in the To/Cc fields of the email. In this blog I will show you how to remove these duplicates.
Slowly but surely the world is moving to Cloud-based solutions. In K2’s latest version, SourceCode added the REST Service Broker to the SmartObject Services Tester tool. So, how do you create a REST Service Instance in K2?
In a previous post we looked at how you can use Azure Blob storage as a file storage location and integrate that with your K2 application. In this post we will be looking at how you can let your application database live in the cloud.
By using the K2 out-of-box worklist App or K2 SmartForm worklist control we generally can’t display K2 data fields and database column values in the K2 worklist, but we can develop a custom worklist to achieve this requirement. This is useful when wanting to display additional context when the user view the K2 worklist.
Passing parameters in URL using K2 workflow
When configuring a K2 Client event, K2 allows you to configure a form that is displayed when the user clicks on a worklist item. Sometimes it’s required to add an additional parameter to the querystring K2 created. Often, this is an object identifier used to load a database record and this value is used as an identifier.
Configuring the client event to pass querysting information from the K2 designer to the K2 worklist form is as very simple. The following steps are used to achieve this:
Custom Theme for K2 Smartforms
Below is the list of Out Of Box themes by K2 for smartforms.
5. SharePoint 2010
6. SharePoint 2013
Themes can be found in the following location:
It has often happened that I make changes to my K2 Service Object, but then these changes do not reflect when I execute the Service Method through my K2 SmartForms.
When these type of scenarios happen your first point of call is usually the K2 SmartObject Tester.
K2 interacts with data sources using a very powerful technology called SmartObjects. A SmartObject is used by K2 to expose data from variety of data sources to K2 SmartForms, K2 SmartForm Views and K2 Workflow Processes.
Using the K2 SmartObject Tester, we can easily generate SmartObjects from SQL Server, SharePoint, Web Services, Active Directory or any other data source.
In this blog, I will be showing you not only how to generate K2 SmartObjects, but also how to manage them inside the K2 Designer.