Valorx Fusion

Valorx Fusion Settings

Valorx Fusion Settings are those that users can set for the Valorx Fusion but not for the apps. Valorx Fusion has different consists of different settings like Information, Settings, Logs, and Runtime Cache.
Information : This setting will provide the complete User information like Full Name, User Email, User Name, User id, License Type, Organization Name, and Organization id.


Fusion settings are those which will allow the user to make any settings to the Maps, providing an option to select the CRM platforms and Valorx Support.
  • Maps: Map Color Settings allow users to customize the background color of the Header and data of Maps (Grid and Form Maps) before creating them. The users can reset the color of the map to a new one or restore it to the default color. To access the Map Color Settings, users can click on the color palette icon located on the map toolbar. This will open the color picker window, where users can choose the desired color. Users can set the colors to both Grid and Form Map. Standard and Advanced are the two options where users can select from the pre-defined colors or set the advanced colors. No Map level customization will be affected when they are set to default colors. Pointer Text in Formula Row of Map is another section where CRM data is mapped, and conditional formats are configured. Custom formulas can be added for blank columns and save-only fields. The pointer text shows the current formula being used for the map. Users can either hide or show the text in the formula row. Designers can allow users to add dynamic columns in runtime mode by checking in the checkbox. Users can disable the Valorx menu on right-click by checking in the checkbox.
  • Active CRM : Active CRM will show available CRM connections on Start Screen and displays the available connections. This feature allows users to quickly access and switch between different CRM connections. Valorx Fusion has three CRM connections like Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics 365, and ServiceNow.
Logs: Logs are those where users can find the activity logs for both Design Studio and Runtime. Refer Logs for more information.
Runtime Cache: When users run an application, certain files required for the application to start are downloaded and stored on your local device. This helps to reduce the time it takes for the application to launch the next time you use it, as it doesn't have to download those files again. By caching these files locally, the application can launch more quickly and provide a better user experience.