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Is it possible to lock the fields in a confiform to prevent editing from the tableview

I have a form where the requester submits the request and then an approver goes to the tableview to approve or reject the request.

I would like to lockdown all the fields except the approve/reject dropdown field so when the approver hits Edit on the tableview they aren't able to make any changes except to approve or reject.

Is this possible? I can't set the field to be only editable by certain people because the original form is open to everyone, so I'm wondering if there is some other rule or setting that can be activated to prevent editing after submission.


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You can make ConfiForms Forms to have a "version" field added which will act a soft lock and will raise an error when a concurrent modification of the record is about to be performed

Just add this sort of Field Definition to your form and that's it. The records become "versionable"

can you add a small example?

Just add a ConfiForms Field Definition of type "version" into your Form Definition macro body and that's it - the record editing becomes version-able. 

Nothing else

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