Note that form notifications differ from in-app notifications, which Beringer has written about here.
Essentially, this code will get the current form context and monitor the name column on the form for any changes; this is done within the testNotification function. If the value in the name column changes, the name_change function will run, which holds our three sample notifications, each of a different level (WARNING, ERROR, and INFO). Depending on the level, we will see a different notification icon when displayed:
Setting up our form to accept form notifications
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