Reuse a common form

Writing applications often requires creating a lot of small forms, especially for mobile apps. To make app management easier, consider creating a common form that has all operations generated for it, then limiting the operations as it is opened in different scenarios in the app.

There are several ways to reuse a form in an application. For an example of setting many relations to a common form, see Example: Single CRUD forms or Common CRUD form.
Use it as is
In the BA diagram, set a relation to the form as is.
Reuse a subset of functionality
Create the form with all CRUD operations generated. Then, in the BA diagram relation to the form, set the properties to disable Add, disable Modify, disable Delete, and/or disable Search. When the form is opened, only a subset of the operations will be available to the user.
Display a subset of the data depending on the parent form
The Filter properties on a relation are used to apply a SQL filter to show a subset of data when opening a form. See Opening a form with a subset of data
Position the cursor depending on the parent form
When a form is opened from another form, the current position is always set to the first row. With positioning, you can control the row that is preselected when the form is opened. The Position section Source Field property on the relation to the form controls which row will be pre-selected and displayed when the form is opened. See Control the row position in form.