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AsciiMergeLabel 

06-13-2012 10:19 AM

AsciiMergeLabel

Component definition

This component lets you create a label with text merged together using an advanced text editor. You can use this component to assemble and display variable data from your Project. It accepts text in only standard ASCII code.

To validate this component, you must enter text in the Text option on the Appearance tab.

This component is available in a Forms (Web) Project by using a form component that uses the Web form editor.

Component icon

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Description of component output paths

The component output paths are described in the following table:

Property

Description

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Description of component tabs and their properties

The properties on the Functionality tab in the AsciiMergeLabel component are listed and described in the following table:

Property

Description

Custom Events

A list of customized events to which you want this component to respond.

To add an event handler, click Add. In the Edit Object dialog box, in the Event drop-down list, select the event. Then, in the Event Handler field, enter the behavior configuration for the event handler you chose.

Specify Control ID

Lets you specify your own control ID.

If this option is not selected, an automatically created control ID is specified for this component.

Control ID

Lets you enter a unique identifier for this component that identifies this component to the Web browser.

Tab Index

Lets you enter the tab order for this component on the page.

When a user presses the tab key, the curser moves to the component with the next, consecutive numbered Tab Index on the form.

Tab Stop

Lets you enable this component to be a tab stop.

If Tab Stop is unchecked, a user cannot get to this component by using the tab key.

Tool Tip

Lets you enter a tool tip for this component.

Tool tips are displayed when the user hovers the cursor over the text box.

Visible

Lets you select whether you want this text box to be visible.

Lets you use a variable for this component. Your workflow can change the variable so that this component only appears on the form in certain instances; for example, only on Tuesday.

The properties on the Appearance tab in the AsciiMergeLabel component are listed and described in the following table:

Section

Properties with descriptions

Appearance

Component Size

Lest you specify the size you want for the component.

You can also adjust the component size when you click on it and drag on the box.

Overflow Behavior

Lets you select the behavior if a user types text that is wider than the component.

Overflow Behavior drop-down list options:

  • Overflow

    The component expands as the user types.

  • Clip

    Does not show the words that go past the edge of the component.

  • Scroll

    Places a scroll bar on the component, which lets the user scroll to see all the text.

Text

Lets you enter the text for this component.

You can use the Advanced Text Creator to assemble text. You can also string together variable data or customized constant data to form your text.

Look And Feel

Style

Lets you select the style information you want for this component. Style information includes font name, font face, font color, background color, etc.

Theme Style

Lets you select the theme style for this component.

Theme styles are only available when a theme is added to the form.

The properties on the Settings tab in the AsciiMergeLabel component are listed and described in the following table:

Property

Description

Component Class Name

The class name of this component. This property is not editable, but useful if you call Symantec support.

Description

The description of this component. This property lets you describe how the component is used. You can use it to provide any wanted documentation for this component.

This description is included in the model reports that are created when you click Plugins > Generate Business Model.

Location

The physical location of the top left point of this component on the workflow model.

Name

The name of this component. You can change the name.

If you changed the component name when you double-clicked it on the workflow model, the changed name appears here.

To Do

This property lets you record what you still need to do with the component. Use this property to help you remember the configuration that you want to apply to this component.

The text that you enter for this property appears at the bottom of the component editor. If you enter text for this property, a checklist symbol appears on the component in the workflow model.

Connection information

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Component settings

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Use cases

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Example use case 1

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Example use case 2

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