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Identity Manager 8.0 - Web Designer Reference Guide

Web Designer Editor Web Designer Structures and Functions The Web Designer Object Model Working with the Web Designer Web Project Configuration Options Customizing the Web Portal Basics of Web Designer Programming Compiling and Debugging Monitoring Frequent Tasks in the Web Portal

Parameter Type "Boolean Value"

Configuration keys of the type "Boolean value" can be used to configure "Yes" or "No" questions. An example for such a question would be to allow navigation with keyboard shortcuts.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit a configuration key value of the "Boolean value" parameter type in the "Settings..." view

Note: Before you can edit the values in a database column, you must add a matching entry in the Configuration (custom) view. You can recognize this entry because it is marked with X in the Value (custom) column in the configuration key list in the Settings... view of the selected database object.
  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. Mark, in the Settings... view, the configuration key of the "Image" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.
  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Enable or disable the configuration key option under Details.

Parameter Type "SQL filter condition"

You can use the configuration key of the "SQL filter condition" parameter type to, for example, query database objects with certain properties.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit a configuration key value of the "SQL filter condition" parameter type in the "Settings..." view

Note: Before you can edit the values in a database column, you must add a matching entry in the Configuration (custom) view. You can recognize this entry because it is marked with X in the Value (custom) column in the configuration key list in the Settings... view of the selected database object.
  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. In the Settings... view, mark the configuration key of the "SQL filter condition" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.
  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Perform one of the following tasks.
    1. Enter the filter condition in the text field.

      NOTE: You can only use SQL to formulate your expression. Web SQL cannot be used.

    2. Open the Web SQL editor by clicking .
  5. Enter an SQL condition and close the Web SQL editor using the Apply button.

Parameter Type "Selection from value list"

A use case for the configuration key of parameter type "Selection from value list" would be gender data. For example, the values male, female and other can be chosen.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit a configuration key value of the "Selection from value list" parameter type in the "Settings.." view

Note: Before you can edit the values in a database column, you must add a matching entry in the Configuration (custom) view. You can recognize this entry because it is marked with X in the Value (custom) column in the configuration key list in the Settings... view of the selected database object.
  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. In the Settings... view, mark the configuration key of the "Selection from value list" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.
  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Select the the preset value of your choice in the Details option box.

    The selected value is displayed in the Key column in the Configure project view.

Parameter Type "Free text"

The configuration key of the "Free text" parameter type is used when you want to provide several links. You can enter a link to the company's home page, for example.

This chapter describes how to edit a configuration key value. Declaring a configuration key is covered in another section of this guide. For more information, see Declaring Configuration Keys in Modules and Components.

To edit a configuration key value of the "Free text" parameter type in the "Settings..." view

Note: Before you can edit the values in a database column, you must add a matching entry in the Configuration (custom) view. You can recognize this entry because it is marked with X in the Value (custom) column in the configuration key list in the Settings... view of the selected database object.
  1. Open the required database object in the definition tree view and select the Settings... view.
  2. In the Settings... view, mark the configuration key of the "Free text" parameter type that you previously added in the Object definitions view.
  3. Enter the value - Is equivalent to standard value in the Value (custom) column, by clicking .
  4. Enter the text you want in the Details text field.

    The entered text is shown next to the edited configuration key in the Value (custom) column in the Configure project tab.

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