The contents of this variable allows you to disable:
· Borders around the browse list.
· Column headings.
· Selection image.
· Borders around empty cells in the browse list.
To turn off any of the above features, you will need to define the variable as a Text variable. The content of the variable is then set to be:
where xxxxx can be up to five characters, identifying the feature to disable.
If you want to disable the border around the browse list, specify a ‘B’ character.
If you want to disable the column heading in the browse list, specify a ‘C’ character.
If you want to disable the selection image, specify an ‘I’ character.
If you do not want a <table> HTML tag around your browse list, specify a ‘T’ character.
If you do not want borders displayed around empty cells in your browse list, specify a ‘P’ character.
Note that if you disable the selection image, none of the columns in the browse list will be hyperlinked, even though you have enabled LANSA for the Web to allow selection from any column in a browse list. For example, *NOB would switch borders off.