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Range and Required Validation

tips on using range and required validation

Regular Expression Validation examples

Contains most common real world regular expression validation examples

Repository

A complete source and version tracking system is provided with Open Web Studio. Whenever a version has been Published to the server, a duplicate of that current version is retained in the database to allow for quick repair whenever a problem is identified

Site Map

How to create a Site Map

SOAP Samples

There are a limited number of examples for utilizing SOAP to access services. This article extends the examples to contain both Input-Action and Query results for interacting with SOAP web services.

Sort and SortHeader

Sorting your results by utilizing the built in syntax provided for controlling not only the rendered data order, but also for dynamically modifying the standard, ascending and descending display headers is easy with our syntax specification.

SSL Problems with OWS.Fetch

When the "SSL Enforced" option is selected within the Admin Settings of a given portal within DNN, the OWS.Fetch callbacks stop functioning. The following article identifies a way to resolve this logic without causing further problems.

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Tag: COALESCE

The COALESCE tag provides extensive capabilities, acting as a first available determination conditional as well as providing the ability to apply multiple formatters to the resulting value. The COALES

Token: Action / Actions

The ACTION token allows you to assign a value to a session (or other) system variable and immediately render a specified page (tab), passing the assigned variables to the newly rendered page.

Token: Aggregations, Count and Sum

Because you always need to provide summary information within websites, grids and other interfaces, it become apparent that it would be far easier to control the tallies within the rendered UI rather than provide additional complex query joins to support them. The concept provided by OWS is quite simple, it can SUM or COUNT values contained within records in your query, and provide a means of pulling the current tally at any time in the interface, either at grouping levels or within your global

Token: Alternate

The need to alternate between specific values at any given position within the ListX engine arose, and the ALTERNATE tag was added to provide just that capability. This is useful in scenarios where you need to switch between two class names to alternate background colors on Group rows, rather than detail, but this is not the only solution. Since it can alternate between as many items as you want – you can alternate between 100 different colors or text values if you desire.

Token: CheckItem, Radio and CheckItem Lists

Providing the added interaction of check lists, or radio lists with automatic selection of all items under a group header checkbox item is made simple using the integrated syntax. All runtime actions like Sorting, Interactive Lists and Actions utilize the similar formatting structures contained within curly braces {...}. Check Lists, Radio Lists, Check List Items, and Check Items all have slightly different syntax - so follow the links to learn more about each of the syntax elements.

Token: IIF (Inline or Immediate If)

IIF (read Inline or Immediate If) provides inline conditional checking within your queries and formatting to support nearly any requirement specified. Sometimes, it's necessary to have conditions directly in your list. Perhaps you want to show a column only if the record meets a certain criteria. Using simple Boolean logic, the IIF statement will render one string when the condition is true and the other string when the condition is false.

Token: Math

The MATH tag provides the ability to render and display any evaluation quickly and easily within any portion of the OpenWebStudio engine. The provided math library functionality is extensive, and provides the ability to use not only the Math tag, but to also use Mathematical logic in any provided IIF condition Sometimes, it's necessary to have conditions directly in your list. MATH can be used in any of the rendering areas or in the query itself.

Token: Set

There are times within your content that your may need a customized way of calculating or tallying a variable value within the runtime of your page. This is made possible through the use of the SET tag. With this tag, you can specify the Name of the value, Value which you want to assign, and the Collection which houses the value.

Token: Sort

orting your results by utilizing the built in syntax provided for controlling not only the rendered data order, but also for dynamically modifying the standard, ascending and descending display headers is easy with our syntax specification. All runtime actions like Sorting, Interactive Lists and Actions utilize the similar formatting structures contained within curly braces {...}.

Token: Subquery

OWS now allows the use of embedded sub queries to get details of information that are otherwise unavailable to your primary query. An example may be if you are using OWS to design an entry form and you need a <select> list.

Token: TextEditor

The &amp;quot;Texteditor&amp;quot; token is used to support Rich Text fields within a form. The token works well in both AJAX and Non-AJAX interaction, although on some platforms (like DotNetNuke) a little bit of extra know-how is necessary to re

Tutorial: Assigning a Page Title

This demonstration walks through the assignment of a Page Title both via Assignment action (non ajax) and via Javascript and OWS.Fetch.

Tutorial: Search Integration

Using OpenWebStudio to integrate the Custom Data within your module into the mix of the data provided within the DotNetNuke search Results is simple. Let's consider the following configuration.

Tutorial: Uploading Files and Verifying that they exist

The purpose of this demonstration is to provide a sample of Uploading files via OpenWebStudio and additionally, utilizing an Ajax Request to verify that the file does not already exist.

Tutorial: Using Module Settings

OpenWebStudio has an integrated ability to assign to and read from the settings assigned to the module. The provided demonstration will show an example of assigning to the module settings and, once established, consuming the module settings values which were assigned.

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Using iPortable

This article provides a rapid demonstration of the capabilities of the iPortable implementation within OpenWebStudio
 

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