7. RDML Tags

LANSA automatically embeds special tags into the generated HTML pages for Web functions. These tags are used to dynamically build a required page when served to the client device. An understanding of the LANSA tags is very important if you are planning to modify the generated HTML pages. Review the following:

7.1 What are LANSA Tags?

7.2 How Do LANSA Tags Work?

7.3 LANSA Tags Example

7.4 Using <RDML> and </RDML> Tags

7.5 <RDML BUTTON>

7.6 <RDML CHECKVALUE>

7.7 <RDML COMPONENT>

7.8 <RDML COOKIES>

7.9 <RDML FUNCTION>

7.10 <RDML INCLUDE>

7.11 <RDML LAYOUT>

7.12 <RDML MERGE>

7.13 <RDML MESSAGES>

7.14 <RDML NOTCONDITION>

7.15 <RDML ONCONDITION>

7.16 <RDML ONMODE>

7.17 <RDML PAGE>

7.18 <RDML PARENT>

7.19 <RDML SETTMPFLD>

7.20 <RDML SSI>

7.21 <RDML TRACE>

7.22 Reserved Words


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