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Application Enabler

Platform
OnBase
Product
Application Enabler
Release
Foundation 23.1
License
Premier
Essential
Standard

When enabling drop-down lists within an HTML application, there are the following limitations:

  • When using multiple selection drop-down lists, Application Enabler will only read the first selection and ignore the other selections.

  • In order for Application Enabler to read the drop-down list, the HTML code for the drop-down list select must contain either a name= attribute, id= attribute, or both.

  • An example of a drop-down list is the following:

    <select id="colorsid" name="colorname" MULTIPLE="TRUE" >

    <option value="red_value">Red</option>

    <option value="blue_value">Blue</option>

    <option value="green_value">Green</option>

    <option value="orange_value">Orange</option>

    </select>

    Red is the selected color upon scraping.

    In this example, if the user selects the Return HTML instead of text value (for scripting) check box, the HTML value returned will be red_value. If they do not select the Return HTML instead of text value (for scripting) check box, Red will be returned.