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Maintaining Guardrail Compliance with Harnesses and Sections

Suggest edit Updated on September 13, 2021

This presentation is part of the Advanced UI Techniques Self-Study Course.

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To showcase a smooth, feature rich UI coupled with a pre-flight report that shows everything has been auto-generated, use JSP tags defined directly into Rule-HTML-Section cells to include Rule-Obj-HTML, Rule-HTML-Fragment, and Rule-Obj-ListView rules.

Here we are using a section to display an individual element within a page group property. 

A Rule-HTML-Fragment has been defined that takes the index to display from a property on the work object called Address Interest.  This sets the subscript of the desired page.

Historically, this would have been defined directly in a custom built Rule-HTML-Section.  However, to maintain guardrail compliance, the JSP is within the HTML fragment, and the fragment is within a section layout.

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