Starting the HTML Editor
/pages/Server/Guide/Design/View/Html/Starting the HTML Editor.xml
You can prepare HTML pages with any ASCII editor. You simply need access to the underlying HTML code. However, most developers will find the embedded HTML Editor a very convenient tool.
The Code Editor
/pages/Guides/Xbasic/The Code Editor.xml
You write Xbasic scripts in the Code Editor. The Code Editor is a multi-tabbed window that allows you to edit multiple scripts at the same time. The Code Editor always includes at least one tab called the Interactive window where you can test individual lines of Xbasic code and see immediate results. For more information on using the Interactive window, see Testing Xbasic Statements in the Interactive Window.
The Code Editor Control
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/The Code Editor Control.xml
You can turn a standard text box control into a Xbasic Code Editor using the %L% formatting code. You should define column and row dimensions for the text box that are large enough to display a reasonable size code editor. Here is an example dialog with an embedded code editor.
Run a report that is embedded in a UX component using a custom filter for the report
/pages/Ref/Action Javascript/Run a report that is embedded in a UXcomponent using a custom filter for the report.xml
Create a highly customized 'Search Part' for a Report. Allows you to submit a UX component that contains 'search' fields to compute a filter expression and then run the report using the computed filter expression.
Using a Layout Table Report
/pages/Guides/Report/Layout Table Reports/Using a Layout Table Report.xml
Previewing, printing, saving, and E-mailing the report and embedding a layout table report as Xbasic and HTML in an A5W page.
Using the Fields Panel
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/Data/FieldRules/Using the Fields Panel.xml
The Fields panel provides an easy way to place data fields, system fields, calculated fields, and variables on a layout. The Fields panel will list all the available data fields for your layout.
Using the Xbasic Window
/pages/Guides/Xbasic/Using the Xbasic Window.xml
By default, the Xbasic window shows the Raw Xbasic code for the operation. Raw Xbasic means the code shown is the exact code for the currently defined operation. It's a direct translation of what's in your Operation Card. The Raw Xbasic view is great for seeing what's going on behind-the-scenes when you are creating an Operation, but Raw Xbasic has little meaning outside the Operation Card. That's where the Processed Xbasic view comes in. Using the radio buttons, you can switch the view between Raw Xbasic, Processed Xbasic, and Processed without Confirmation dialogs.
Using the Color Picker
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Properties/Using the Color Picker.xml
The Color Picker allows you to select very subtle colors and to create colors with RGB (Red, Green, Blue) or HLS (Hue, Saturation, Luminance) definitions.
Using the Navigator
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Design/View/Form/Using the Navigator.xml
The Navigator is a modeless dialog box that displays all the fields on a form or browse in a tree control. With the Navigator you can instantly navigate to any field on the form or browse. To use the Navigator while in a form or browse:
Using the SQL Genie
/pages/Guides/Databases/Working with SQL/Using the SQL Genie.xml
The SQL Genie helps you write SQL expressions. This page contains some pointers on how to use it.