Step properties: the
properties element is a container for properties, which are defined with the
Each step has a single
properties element; a
properties element can contain any number of
property child elements.
property tag has a mandatory
name attribute, optional
required attribute, and two child elements,
value, which are defined in the following table.
||Defines how the property is presented to users in the HCL™ Launch editor. This element has several attributes: -
Identifies the property in the editor's Edit Properties dialog box.
Text that is displayed to users in the associated roll-over help box.
Property value that is displayed when the Edit Properties dialog box is displayed; used if unchanged.
Identifies the type of widget that is displayed to users. Possible values are:
Enables users to enter an arbitrary amount of text, limited to 4064 characters.
Enables users to enter an arbitrary amount of text (larger input area than textBox), limited to limited to 4064 characters.
Used for passwords. Similar to textBox except values are redacted.
Displays a check box. If checked, a value of true is used; otherwise the property is not set.
Requires a list of one or more values, which are displayed in a list. Configuring a value is described below.
<value> |Used to specify values for a selectBox. Each value has a mandatory
label attribute, which is displayed to users, and a value that is used by the property when selected. Values are displayed in the order they are defined.|
Here is a sample
<property name="onerror" required="true"> <property-ui type="selectBox" default-value="abort" description="Action to perform when statement fails: continue, stop, abort." label="Error Handling"/> <value label="Abort">abort</value> <value label="Continue">continue</value> <value label="Stop">stop</value> </property>
Parent topic: Plug-in steps: The step-type element