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Foglight Evolve 9.0 - Web Component Guide

Introducing the Web Component Framework The Web Component Framework Configuring Views and Context Queries Functions Bindings Additional Components

Data Object Property (and Property)

A data object property is chosen in the Data Object Property dialog box.

Date

A Date object is chosen in the Edit - Context Entry dialog box.

List

The List binding must always have parameters. It allows you to either make a list containing the values of each of the parameters, or to make a list that merges all elements in the values of the parameters into one list.

A List binding has the following properties:

Merge Lists

If unchecked, the resulting list contains one element for each parameter, with the element containing that parameter's value.

If checked, all elements in the list values of the parameters are merged into one big list. In addition, if the parameter values are lists of lists, only the bottommost non-list elements are put into the final list, so that no element of the final list is itself a list. Any data object that is seen as a duplicate of an existing data object is eliminated. However, if the objects in the list are not data objects, duplicates are not eliminated.

Remove Duplicates

Only applies when Merge Lists is true. If true, then duplicates are removed from the merged list, otherwise they are not. A special option, Intelligent is available for List bindings created in older versions of the Web Component Framework, in which nulls were unpredictably removed or not.

Remove Nulls

If true, nulls are removed, otherwise they are not. A special option, Intelligent is available for List bindings created in older versions of the Web Component Framework, in which nulls were unpredictably removed or not.

Renderer

A drop-down list allows you to choose a renderer from the existing group of System renderers, or ones that have been added to user modules. See Renderers .

Parameter block

Allows you to choose a binding for On Null, or any other parameter that you add using Add Parameter.

Return Types

There are ten possible types of data that you can extract from the context and the context paths:

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