|CsvFieldDelimiter||Sets a specific CSV file field delimiter. By default, the delimiter is determined by looking at the browser's language setting, then getting the web server's List Separator character from Windows' Regional Settings. Thus, international users automatically get the appropriate field separator.
Quotes are wrapped around field values except when the field delimiter is the tab character.|
|CsvRowDelimiter||Specifies the CSV file row delimiter character.
The default value is standard CRLF characters|
|CsvStringColumns||CSV is frequently used to export data into Excel. When Excel encounters a value that looks like a number, it removes leading zeros. This is a problem for some values that should not be treated as numbers and should not have leading zeros removed. For example, an "AccountNr" of "000123" should keep the leading zeros when shown in Excel. You can prevent this behavior by listing the Data Table Column IDs for the appropriate columns. Separate each ID with a comma, such as "colAccountNr,colCustomerNr,...".|
|ExportDataTableID||Indicates that the export should consist of information from a specific DataTable. Information outside of the DataTable, such as headers and footers, will not be included in the export.
Set the value to the ID attribute of a DataTable. Otherwise, leave blank.
To export the data for an AnalysisGrid element, set the value to "dtAnalysisGrid". This is the ID of the AnalysisGrid's internal DataTable.|
|ExportFilename||By default, export files (e.g. .pdf, .xls, .csv, .doc) get a randomly generated GUID string for the filename. Set a name in ExportFilename to have a specific, more meaningful filename.|
|NewWindow||Sets the Frame for the target page. Leave blank for the current browser window, or enter NewWindow to open a new browser window. You can also specify an existing FrameID to re-use the same window for each request.|
|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.|
|CurrentReport||The name of a Report definition file. The default value is the current report.
For some elements, the value can be set to "CurrentReport". This builds the same report with the same data and sort order, which is especially useful when exporting reports. You cannot use "CurrentReport" within Process definitions or MasterReport elements.|
|ReportShowModes||ShowModes makes it possible to hide elements for some reports. ReportShowModes passes the ShowModes displayed within a called report.
When ReportShowModes is blank, all elements are shown. To pass ShowModes into the report, enter a comma-delimited list of ShowMode values. Any elements that have a ShowMode that includes any of those values will appear in the report.|
|RequestForwarding||Pass all request parameters to the next page.
Note that request parameters cannot be forwarded if there is an Input element with the same name, because this would result in two values getting passed with the same name.
Values from DefaultRequestValues elements are not forwarded.
Unless otherwise noted, the default is "False".