pagepreviousAdded by IBM on August 8, 2013 | Version 1 (Original)
|Stores a reference to the global item in the previous page in the form, excluding the global page.
A page is previous when it immediately precedes the current page in the build order (in other words, it is immediately previous in the XFDL text).
This option is not saved or transmitted as part of the form. Instead, it is automatically created each time the form is read into memory, and is maintained only during display or processing.
Table 1. pageprevious parameters
|page reference||string||A reference to the global option in the previous page of a form. This does not include the form's global page.|
Example This example shows the pageprevious option for PAGE2 of a form.
- Defaults: none
- The pageprevious option stores a reference to the global item of the previous page. For example, PAGE2 might contain the following reference: PAGE1.global.
- If the pageprevious option is on the first page of the form (excluding the global page), it points to the last page of the form.
- The pageprevious option is not saved or transmitted with form descriptions.