|Caption||The Caption attribute identifies the text to be displayed.
For Image elements, Caption specifies the image filename.|
|CaptionClass||For Input elements, this is style sheet class that will be applied to the input element's caption. Leave this value blank unless you want the Caption to have a different class than the input element. For tables, Caption Class sets the class for the table's caption, which appears as a header above the table.|
|ChangeFlagElementID||ChangeFlagElementID helps Process Tasks know when an input value has been changed by the user. For example, a Process may only UPDATE rows when the user actually changed something, and otherwise skip the UPDATE.
Set ChangeFlagElementID to the ID of an InputHidden element. Then, if the user changes this input element, the hidden element's value will become "True". You can test for this value in a Procedure.If.
When using ChangeFlagElementID with an Input element that's under a DataTable, be sure to put the InputHidden element under a DataTableColumn. Process input from individual rows under a Procedure.RunDataTableRows.
|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. |
|DefaultValue||The default value displayed or selected when the report page is initially displayed.
For the InputSelectList element, to show multiple selected values, this attribute can be over-ridden by adding a DefaultValues element with a DataLayer below that.|
|GroupCaptionColumn||InputSelectLists can list values grouped together. GroupCaptionColumn specifies the column from the DataLayer used as the group headings.
GroupCaptionColumn requires a GroupFilter with KeepGroupedRows="True" and Hierarchical="True".
This example shows a list of car models, grouped by maker.
|GroupClassColumn||For InputSelectList elements which employ grouping with the GroupCaptionColumn, GroupClassColumn enables different styles for each group.
Set it to the name of the data column that contains names of classes included in a style sheet.|
|ID||(Required) 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.|
|IncludeBlank||When True, includes a blank item in the list. This is useful when you don't want to display a default value.|
|IncludeBlankCaption||When Include Blank is True, a blank row appears in the list. IncludeBlankCaption changes this row so that it shows a value. For example: "All".|
|IncludeBlankValue||The value sent as a request parameter when the blank item is selected from the list.
The default value is an empty string.|
|InputRows||The number of rows displayed for the input element.
Browser Compatibility Note: For the InputSelectList, not all browsers, especially mobile device browsers, support this InputRows attribute. (InputSelectList's InputRows generates a |
|ListCaptionsElementID||To return captions of selected items, create an InputHidden element, assign it an ID, then set that ID in this attribute.
When the report is submitted, the selected captions are available in an @Request token with that ID.|
|MultiSelect||When set to True, the user may select multiple options.
All the selected values may be referenced with @Request.x~, where "x" is the ID of the list element. (@Request.x~ just returns the first selected value.) Normally, each value is separated by a comma. Frequently, these values are used in SQL "IN" clauses in conjunction with the @SingleQuote token. For example: ...WHERE LastName IN(@SingleQuote.Request.x)...
For the InputSelectList, the user may choose more than one selection by clicking while holding down the Ctrl and Shift keys.
When using the DefaultValue attribute, you may have more than one pre-selected value. Again, these values are normally separated by a comma.
For the InputSelectList the default is False. For the InputCheckboxList the default is True.|
|OptionCaptionColumn||(Required) Enter the name of a column from the DataLayer. Values in the column will be displayed on the screen.|
|OptionTooltipColumn||Enter the name of a column from the DataLayer. Values in the column will be displayed on the screen as a tooltip.|
|OptionValueColumn||(Required) Enter the name of a column from the DataLayer. Values in this column get sent back to the server when the page is submitted. They are available with @Request tokens.|
|SaveInCookie||Saves the information entered by the user in a cookie. You can use the cookie to set the default value so that previously entered data is retrieved. Hint: Set the Default Value attribute to something like "@Cookie.myInputId~".
SaveInCookie does not work under DataTables and other data-repeating elements.|
|SaveInLocalStorage||LocalStorage stores data in the browser. The information is maintained between sessions. SaveInLocalStorage uses the browser's localStorage to preserve input values so they re-appear when a page is redisplayed. It is a way of keeping default values.
Set SaveInLocalStorage="True" to preserve and restore input values.
SaveInLocalStorage is over-ridden by DefaultValue attributes. Do not use SaveInLocalStorage and DefaultValue attributes together.
SaveInLocalStorage does not work under DataTables and other data-repeating elements.
LocalStorage requires browser support. IE7 does not support LocalStorage.|
|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.
|Tooltip||Text that appears when the user hovers the pointer over the image or text.|