|flags||r_u_long||0 — no special behavior.
UFL_SERVER_SPEED_FLAGS — This setting significantly improves server processing times. It does that by turning off the following features: computes, automatic formatting, duplicate sid detection, XForms processing, write relevant, the event model, and relative page and item tags (for example, itemprevious, itemnext, and so on).
Note that this setting does not respect XForms relevance.
UFL_SERVER_SPEED_FLAGS_WITH_XFORMS — This setting significantly improves server processing times in the same manner as UFL_SERVER_SPEED_FLAGS, but it does not turn off XForms processing, and it respects XForms relevance.
The remaining flags cause special behaviors. If using multiple flags, combine them using a bitwise OR, AND, or NOT. For example:
UFL_AUTOCOMPUTE_OFF — Reads the form into memory, but disables the compute system so that no computes are evaluated.
UFL_AUTOCREATE_CONTROLLED_OFF — Reads the form into memory, but disables the creation of all options that are maintained only in memory (for example, itemnext, itemprevious, pagenext, pageprevious, and so on).
UFL_AUTOCREATE_FORMATS_OFF — Reads the form into memory, but disables the evaluation of all format options.
UFL_XFORMS_INITIALIZE_ONLY — Turns off UI connection to the XForms model. This flag respects XForms relevance and validity settings, but changes to the XForms model are not reflected in the UI.
UFL_XFORMS_OFF — Turns off XForms processing, including UI connection to the XForms model.