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Basic Operation: HTML In, HTML Out - Lab 01
Date: November
Product: Web Output Pak v2.0
lab01.zip
Size: 34 KB

This sample uses a basic two-field HTML entry 'form'. This HTML calls the Transaction Processor (TP) with basic_input.xpr. The Transaction Processor then steps through the file and immediately stores all passed data in the data DOM. The second step is to write the contents of the data DOM to an intermediate file and return the output in XML format to the browser.

Note: It is not the intent of this sample to include an HTML tutorial. However, this sample requires a basic understanding of HTML and so we describe, at a high level, the HTML required.


Basic Operation: HTML In, HTML Out - Lab 02
Date: November
Product: Web Output Pak v2.0
lab02.zip
Size: 34 KB

This sample uses a basic two-field HTML entry 'form'. This HTML calls the Transaction Processor (TP) with basic_input.xpr. The Transaction Processor then steps through the file and immediately stores all passed data in the data DOM. The second step is to write the contents of the data DOM to an intermediate file. The third step is to call htmlMerge agent to combine the data with an HTML template and return the output in HTML to the browser.

Note: It is not the intent of this sample to include an HTML tutorial. However, this sample requires a basic understanding of HTML and so we describe, at a high level, the HTML required.


Basic Operation: HTML In, HTML Out - Lab 03
Date: November
Product: Web Output Pak v2.0
lab03.zip
Size: 50 KB

This sample uses a basic two-field HTML entry 'form'. This HTML calls the Transaction Processor (TP) with basic_input.xpr. The Transaction Processor then steps through the file and immediately stores all passed data in the data DOM. The second step is to write the contents of the data DOM to an intermediate file. The third step is to call pdfMerge agent to combine the data with an MDF template (created by JetForm Design) and return the output as PDF to the browser.

Note: It is not the intent of this sample to include an HTML tutorial. However, this sample requires a basic understanding of HTML and so we describe, at a high level, the HTML required.


FormCalc: Financial Functions
Date: November
Product: Web Output Pak v2.0
financial.zip
Size: 74 KB

This sample includes eleven separate financial functions for use with FormCalc. Each individual sample includes an input HTML page ex_xx_input.HTML, a Transaction Processor script, ex_xx.XPR and a sample HTML output template ex_xx_out.HTML


FormCalc: wordnum( )
Date: November
Product: Web Output Pak v2.0
wordnum.zip
Size: 52 KB

An HTML input screen to capture a single data element, this element is passed to the Transaction Processor where FormCalc scripting with the wordnum() function converts the input to a string. i.e. 123 becomes one hundred and twenty three.


FormCalc: Strings - Example 01
Date: November
Product: Web Output Pak v2.0
ex_strings1.zip
Size: 94 KB

This sample accepts text into two fields and a number into a third field then calls the Transaction Processor to execute an XPR to return an HTML document. The FormCalc functions used are AT(), LEFT(),LEN(),LOWER(), RIGHT(),UPPER().


FormCalc: Strings - Example 02
Date: November
Product: Web Output Pak v2.0
strings2.zip
Size: 76 KB

This sample accepts text into two fields and a number into a third field then calls the Transaction Processor to execute an XPR to return an HTML document. The FormCalc functions used are Concat(), Ltrim(), Rtrim() and Replace().