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Offline-supported actions

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Offline-enabled mobile apps only support a specific set of actions.

The actions available in offline-enabled mobile apps belong to six different categories, as follows:

Display

  • Close
  • Expand/Collapse
  • Menu
    The default load behavior of the Menu action is At Screen Load. If the menu data is populated by actions prior to the Menu action, the prior actions are not executed for the load type At Screen Load. Offline-enabled mobile apps do not support context-driven menus.
  • Post value
  • Refresh
  • Set focus
  • Set style
  • Set value

Process Work

  • Add new work
  • Cancel
  • Finish assignment
  • Save

Launch

  • Harness
    Offline-enabled mobile apps only support the New document and Replace current actions. Replace current is not a dynamic container action, therefore New document is recommended.
  • Local action
    Offline-enabled mobile apps only support local actions that are launched by using modals and overlays. For more information, see Local actions in offline mode.
  • Scan Barcode/QR code

Get Work

  • Create work (with parameter support)
  • Open assignment
  • Open work by handle

List

  • Set focus

Other

  • Log off
  • Run data transform
  • Run script

  • Local actions in offline mode

    Offline-enabled mobile apps support local actions to a certain extent. By learning about the local actions, you can ensure that your offline-enabled mobile app that uses such actions operates reliably.

  • Designing the user interface of offline-enabled mobile apps

    Ensure that your mobile app looks and works as designed on a disconnected mobile device by following the guidelines for designing UI for offline-enabled mobile apps.

  • Offline-supported flow processing features

    Offline-enabled mobile apps support a selected set of flow processing features. To ensure that your application operates reliably without a network connection, get familiar with the flow processing features that are supported in offline mode.

  • Offline-supported controls

    Offline-enabled mobile apps only support a specific set of UI controls.

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