Changing the levels of entry points in a screen flow

You can configure how many levels of entry points are displayed in the navigation path of a screen flow. By defining the number of sublevels, you can help users understand how one screen flow fits into a larger chain of screen flows at run time.

  1. Ensure that your screen flow is configured to display entry points as tabs at run time.
  2. Open the Work-.NestedTabbedNavigation7 HTML rule.
  3. Click Save as > Specialize by class or ruleset.
  4. Optional: Enter the class of a case type in the Apply to field. If you do not change the value of this field, the number of sublevels that you define is applied to all screen flows in your application.
  5. In the Add to ruleset field, select a ruleset in your application with at least one unlocked version.
  6. Click Create and open.
  7. In the HTML Source text area, update the number of sublevels. By default, entry points are displayed in one level of tabs. When a screen flow calls another screen flow, the entry points in the called screen flow are displayed in a second row, or one sublevel, of tabs.
  8. Optional: Add the following line of code to the HTML Source text area to customize the styles of entry points in the sublevels: tools.putParamValue("ChildNodeStyle", "[style1]", [style2]");
  9. Click Save.