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References

When documents or media are to be reused a second time, they can be referenced. The simplest example is the use of an image that is to be used in every form. The image itself will already have been uploaded into the media folder. A reference to the image will then be inserted into the form itself. If the image is changed in the central media folder, it will be changed in all places in which the image was referenced. Texts, (Data-)lists, patterns (PDF, e-mails) and other documents can be referenced exactly as images can.


 

The illustration below depicts a textblock in which an image located in the media folder is referenced. A link to the website www.salient.de was added in the input field‘link’.

The term link in this context refers to the insertion of a tab (internal) or a URL (external) into a form.

By placing link, (goal-)documents can be linked to contents. Links can be parametriezed, i.e. one can hereby change the depiction or further define the type of link (e.g. opens in a new tab, i-Frame)

As the internal ID of the goal document is saved within the link, documents can be moved without affecting the redirection. When documents are deleted, all links attached to said documents are deleted as well.




FieldDescription
Type of Link

The link’s display variant. See below

ContextDesignator, with which the link is classified. Application e.g. additional links in one version.
ParagraphSkip mark within a page.
Style classStyle class for the display of a link
ConditionWhen a list of links is present, the ones that fulfill this condition will be displayed. See Conditioning and dynamic contents (OGNL)
SSODefines whether a Single-Sign-On Token should be generated for the link. This token is added as a GET-parameter.
Link ParameterThe parameters written in plist Format are added to the URL as GET- Parameters.

 

Normal

FieldDescription
Window

_self = opens the link in the same tab as the requested link

_blank =opens the link in a new tab

_irgendwas

 

 

Embedded

FieldDescription
ModalOpens the link modally, i.e. in an exclusive/ superimposed
i-FrameOpens the link in an i-Frame, meaning a pre-defined section of the window.
WidthLimits the display of content in width in pixels
HeighthLimits the display of content in heighth in pixels
Horizontal ScrollingAllows horizontal scrolling
Vertical ScrollingAllows verstical scrolling


PopUp-Fenster

When opened in its own window, the browser window can be adjusted (this mostly applies to older browsers)

FieldDescription

Width

Limits the display of content in width in pixels.

Heighth

Limits the heighth of contents in pixels

Adjustable size

The size of the window can be adjusted

Centred

The window is centred

Scrollbars

Window allows the display of srollbars

Menu bar

Window displays the browser menu

Navigation

Window displays the browser navigation

Address bar

Window displays the browser address bar

Opens automatically

Link opens automatically

Status window

Window displays the browser status bar


 

 

 






 

 

 

 

 

 

 




 

Visibility of Reference

A link is only displayed to a user when the goal-document is published and the user has access to said document.

When openforms forms are linked directly from other systems, the tab to the according document can be  indicated in the UR.

Special Features

Links to empty documents

When a document which does not have any content is linked, then the first subdocument which is visible to the uer will be displayed. This allows displaying different documents to different user groups (controlled by access rights) or transferring new versions of a form live, without having to communicate a new URL (see also questionnaire revisions)

Redirections

In the case of redirection the defined goal document will be displayed. See also Redirect

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