This attribute defines the friendly URL of the application.
Allowed characters are:
- Alphanumerics (a-z, A-Z and 0-9)
- Some special characters like: hyphen(-), underscore(_), comma(,) and dot(.)
The use of accents or spaces is not allowed.
Here are some recommendations:
- Use keywords.
- Use hyphens to separate words.
- Use only lowercase letters.
- Avoid using dates.
Example application without friendly URL
Example application with friendly URL
The settings can also be performed on the project’s home screen, in the list of applications, changing the column Friendly URL in the desired application.
See example below
Display Line Number
This attribute defines whether or not the line counter is displayed in the application. The row counter will be positioned next to the options column.
This feature is only available for forms configured in the formats: Grid Editable and Grid Editable (View)
Example with display line number enabled
Example with display line number disabled
- Display Titles : Allows you to set if the titles of fields will be displayed or not.
Line break in title
This attribute defines whether or not the line break in the field label will be allowed.
This attribute is only available in horizontal forms (Multiple Records, Editable Grid and Editable Grid (View)) configured to use partial pagination.
When enabled, does not allow line breaks in the field label. In this way, even if the field occupies a smaller space than the label, as in the Customer Code field in the image below, the line will not be broken.
Example of line break in title enabled
When disabled, allows a line break in the field label. When using this option, the space destined to the label will be defined by the size of the field, in this way, if the ladel is larger than the space destined to the field, there will be a break in the line.
Example of line break in title disabled
Defines the horizontal alignment of the application and can be defined as: Centered, Left or Right.
The attribute’s default setting is Centered
Positions the application in the center of the page, respecting the margin definitions defined in the theme or in the margin attribute.
Application example with centered alignment
Positions the application in the left corner of the screen, respecting the definitions of the margins defined in the theme or in the margin attribute.
Left-aligned application example
Positions the application in the right corner of the screen, respecting the definitions of the margins defined in the theme or in the margin attribute.
Right-aligned application example
When using Top, Center or Bottom alignments, the margin attribute is disregarded.
See below for details on each of the alignment options.
Standard vertical alignment for new applications. In this configuration, the application is positioned at the top of the screen respecting the margins defined in the margin attribute or in the definition of the theme used in the application.
Application example with standard alignment
Places the application at the top of the screen, disregarding the definitions of margins defined in the application theme or in the margin attribute.
Application example with alignment on the top
Positions the application in the center of the screen, disregarding the definitions of the margins defined in the application theme or in the margin attribute.
Application example with Center alignment
Places the application at the bottom of the screen, disregarding the definitions of margins defined in the application theme or in the margin attribute.
Application example with alignment on the bottom
Allows the developer to define the pixel value for the application’s margins, if no value is informed, the application will inherit the values defined in the theme used.
Some important points
- Only the numbers must be informed.
- The width unit used is pixel.
When using the Vertical Alignment attribute, the values informed in this attribute are disregarded.
Example of how to use the attribute
Defines the alignment of field values when the grid uses Vertical or Slide orientations.
This attribute is only considered in grids configured as Slide or Vertical
It allows defining the alignment of fields when the query orientation is configured as Vertical or Slide.
This parameter defines the width of the application fields. The available options are: Informed, Calculated e Automatic.
This property defines that the width of the fields will be defined individually, at the field level, through the Width attribute.
Using this property, it is mandatory that the width attribute in the field configuration has a value, otherwise, the field will assume the behavior of the Automatic property.
The field width is calculated by our generator according to its field type and size.
In this case the field width will be defined using browser criteria. No specific width for the fields will be informed.
This attribute defines the page refresh time. This time is defined in seconds and only numbers must be informed.
By default the attribute is defined with 0. With this value there will be no page reload.