Add a Radio Button Control to a Form

Use the Form Editor (accessed from within a Blueprint in CSM Administrator) to add a Radio Button control to a form.

Good to Know:

To add a Radio Button control to a form:

  1. Open a form in the Form Editor.
  2. Drag-and-drop the Radio Button control from the Standard Controls tree onto the form.
  3. Define what the Radio Button control will do:
    1. Right-click the Radio Button control, and then select Control Properties.
    2. In the Radio Button Properties window, define the following:
      Radio Button Properties

      Associated Field:

      Select the field in the drop-down list that will store the radio button's selected ("checked") value.


      Provide the value to store in the field you selected in the Associated field drop-down list (when the radio button is selected).

      Example: Add radio button to Show all Tabs. When selected, a Show all Tabs value is stored in a Tab Visibility field. A form arrangement could then use an expression to conditionally show/hide tabs based on the value in the Tab Visibility field.

  4. Define the text to display for the Radio Button control:
    1. In the Label text box on the Form Editor toolbar, provide the text to display.
    2. (Optional) Change the font, font size, font style, font alignment, and text wrap, if needed.
  5. Define how the form control looks and behaves on the form (example: Size, alignment, etc.).
  6. Publish the Blueprint to commit the changes, or save the Blueprint to continue making other changes.