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Hi @Ajay D and welcome to this community
While the obvious answer would be to use the "lock form" parameter in the ConfiForms Form Definition macro it does not seem to work with a "voting control" field
You can create a view that instead of using the voting field directly, does shows only the count
In the example below I have a voting control field named as "vo" and using asCount virtual function
Thank you @Alex for your quick reply. When it is time to lock the voting option, is the suggestion to remove the votes field and just retain the field which uses the asCount virtual function? I understand this will make the votes visible, but actual voting is not possible. Added the pic below for your quick reference:
Yes, that is correct
And we will make sure that the "Lock form" feature works as expected for any field type (expect this to be fixed very near term, hopefully in the next update to ConfiForms)