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HTML form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab

Updated on April 5, 2022

Identify what is known about the class of each page that is referenced in the source HTML on the HTML tab. See Defining the pages and classes of a rule for basic instructions.

  1. About HTML rules
  2. HTML rules -
  3. HTML
  4. HTML form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab
  5. More about HTML rules

Include a row identifying the class that is the Applies To key part of this rule; it is the default source of property values. You can omit the page name for this row.

Page Name Optional. Enter the name of a clipboard page referenced by the source HTML. Optionally, add a row with the keyword Top as the page name, to identify a top-level page. The Top keyword allows you to use the syntax Top.propertyref on other tabs of this rule form to identify properties.
ClassOptional. Select the class of that page.
Mode Leave blank unless this page is to be accessed indirectly at run time. Select prompt if the name in the Page Name column is an indirect page name (starting with the Prompt page name prefix) and the system is to verify at run time that the associated page indicated in an activity Call or Branch step exists and has a class that matches the Class value in this row.

An explicit page name is required after the keyword prompt. You cannot use symbolic page names (such as primary or param ).

  • About HTML rules

    Use an HTML rule to describe how the system is to assemble, through stream processing, portions of HTML displays in your application.

  • HTML rules -

    As a best practice, before creating a new HTML rule, it is strongly recommended that you investigate using an auto-generated section instead. The New form displays a message with information about that alternative.

  • More about HTML rules

    Referencing other rules and static files

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