The Generic InfoPage Object tree

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The generic InfoPage object tree displays all objects in info pages for which you can set properties. These settings apply to ALL occurrences of these objects in ALL info pages.

The InfoPage child objects are all objects that do not have a direct relationship to tables and columns (to the data). This InfoPage hierarchy can be considered as a stripped version of the containment hierarchy of an info page. It is stripped of any data related controls.

For example, if you want the buttons at the bottom of an info page to be positioned vertically instead of horizontally, you change the Orientation property of the BottomButtonGroup control to Vertical.

Other examples of where generic InfoPage settings can be used are:

· A label on all web pages.


· User-defined buttons anywhere on your web pages.


· The company logo on all web pages.