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This task shows a screen to the user. The workflow stops executing and waits until the user finishes interacting with the screen. The data loaded to the screen is based on the OutputContextStore value. The whole context is passed to the screen and displayed to the user. After the user finishes the interaction (by pressing the Next button), the data are merged back to the output context. Since FullMerge is selected by default, the output context will be updated so it is equal to the data of the screen when finished.



Select the screen you want to display to the user. The data structure of the screen must be equal to the data structure of the OutputContextStore.

RefreshDataStructureTogether with IsFinalForm=true and optionally IsRefreshSuppressedBeforeFirstSave when defined, it renders standard refresh button (rounded arrow) next to save button. When a user clicks on the refresh button, the RefreshDataStructure gets loaded by RefreshMethod and RefreshSortSet shown on the UI.
RefreshMethodTogether with RefreshDataStructure and RefreshSortSet defines how to load the data when a user clicks on the refresh button (rounded arrow). If not defined, all unfiltered RefreshDataStructure data gets loaded.
RefreshSortSetTogether with RefreshDataStructure and RefreshMethod defines how to load the data when a user clicks on the refresh button (rounded arrow). If not defined, RefreshDataStructure data getsh loaded unsorted.

Refresh parameters is a readonly collection of parameters needed for refreshing functionality of screen. Parameters can be added to the collection by adding child references (e.g. ContextStore reference) named as a parameters required for the filterset defined by RefreshMethod field.

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