The Object Containment Hierarchy

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Objects within info pages can contain or own each other. This hierarchy of objects is called the containment hierarchy, and is shown within the object tree.

Each object has specific properties. Examples of properties are: Alignment, Class List, Display Length, Prompt, and Label.

Some of these properties affect the organization and layout of the child objects in the hierarchy. For example, if a form object has a horizontal orientation, its columns are organized in rows across.

Related Topics:

Info Pages

TableDataSource and TableColumn Objects

The Generic InfoPage Object tree

The Bottom Button Group