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Declare OnChange form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab

Updated on April 5, 2022

Use this tab to list the pages referenced by name in the OnChange tab. Specify the pages in an array containing these fields. See How to Complete a Pages & Classes tab for basic instructions.

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If the watched properties are an aggregate or are on an embedded page, complete the Page Context Data fields.

Pages and Classes
Page Name Optional. Name of a page referenced on the OnChange Properties tab.

You can identify named pages here to support evaluation of a when condition rule referenced on the OnChange Properties tab. However, all tracked properties must be on the page corresponding to the Applies To key part, or a context within that page.

ClassOptional. Select the class of that page.
Page Context Data
Page Context Optional. Leave this blank if the monitored properties are Single Value properties that appear on a top-level page.

Otherwise, identify a Page List or Page Group property reference on the page. You can supply literal index (subscript) values or property-reference index values. Omit any index to indicate that all values of the index are acceptable.

Page Class Optional. Identify the class of the page or pages that are identified in the Page Context field. You cannot use the keywords $ANY, $NONE or $CLASS here.

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