|Class||Sets the Cascading Style Sheet class used by the element. When set, this class will also be used by all child elements that don't have their own class. The class should be defined in the report's style sheet file. |
Typically, you would compare values using a token, such as "@Data.value~ < 0" or "@Session.ShowCol1~=='true'". Elements are removed when the Condition evaluates to False.
Use quotes when working with strings:
"@Data.myColumn~" == "SomeValue"
If your data token may have a double quote inside of it, you should use single quotes:
'@Data.myColumn~' == 'SomeValue'
String valued data tokens with single and double quotes inside are not supported by the condition attribute.|
|HtmlTagName||(Required) An HTML tag name, such as "ol" or "li" or "span".|
|HtmlTagText||The content of an Html Tag.
For example, if HtmlTagName="p", and HtmlTagText is "My dog has fleas.", the resulting output is:
My dog has fleas.
|ID||The ID attribute is a pervasive attribute that uniquely identifies an element within a definition file. The ID needs to be a unique value within the definition.|
|SecurityRightID||When entered, access to this element can be controlled with Logi security. Supply the ID of a right defined in the applications settings’ Security element. Only users that have a right in the SecurityRightID will be able to see the element.
Note that when rights come from RightFromRole elements under Security/UserRights, and this element's SecurityRightID does NOT match any of the Right IDs defined in the Settings definition, then the user DOES have access. But when Right IDs are instead derived from RightsFromDataLayer or RightsFromRoles elements, and the user DOES NOT have a matching Right, then the user DOES NOT have access.
You can enter multiple right IDs, separated by commas. In this case, the user sees the element if he has any one of the Rights.