(Example) Configure the Employee User Name Text Box for the Create Absence Request eForm

To configure the Employee User Name text box form control to store the form user's name user name for the Create Absence Request eForm, do the procedure in this topic.

Good to Know

How to Start

  1. (Example) Create a Process-Based App for an Absence Request.
  2. (Example) Start an Absence Request Process with an eForm.
  3. (Example) Configure the Form Settings for the Create Absence Request eForm.
  4. (Example) Set Columns for the Create Absence Request eForm.


  1. On the eForm Builder screen, in the Tool Box, open, the Common Controls Common Controls icon tab.

    Common Controls tab
  2. On the Common Controls tab, drag a Text Box Text Box icon form control onto your eForm.

    Text Box form control
  3. On the Field Setting - Text Box screen, click the General tab.

    General tab
  4. In the Label field, enter EmployeeUserName.

  5. Click Process Data > System Data.

    Process Data System Data
  6. In the Default Value field, drag the UserName process data variable.

  7. Click the Behavior tab.

    Behavior tab
  8. Deselect Visible.

  9. To save the changes, click Close Screen Close Screen icon.
  10. The eForm Builder shows the EmployeeUserName field for the Create Absence Request eForm.

    Create Absence Request