Creating the Template

You can create the template as described in topic Creating the Template.

Viewing the Template

You can view the template by clicking  the View button following Body Template.

Editing the Template

You can edit the template as described in topic Editing the Template.

Template Contents

If your template is contained in a .txt file, the HTML template variables like <<FirstName>> and <<LastName>> must be HTML encoded. The character < is HTML encoded as &lt. The character > is HTML encoded as &gt;

<html>
  <head>
  </head>
  <body>
      <h1>MyTable</h1>
         <p>FirstName: &lt;&lt;[FirstName]&gt;&gt;</p>
         <p>LastName: &lt;&lt;[LastName]&gt;&gt;</p>
         <p>Age: &lt;&lt;[Age]&gt;&gt;</p>
         <p>Computed Total: &lt;&lt;[Qty]*[Price]&gt;&gt;</p>
         <p>ComputedName: &lt;&lt;[_ComputedName]&gt;&gt;</p>
  </body>
</html>


Your template can include built-in variables such as _UpdateMode, _AppName,  and _TableName.

<html>
  <head>
  </head>
  <body>
      <h1>MyTable</h1>
         <p>UpdateMode: &lt;&lt;[_UPDATEMODE]&gt;&gt;</p>
         <p>Application: &lt;&lt;[_APPNAME]&gt;&gt;</p>
         <p>TableName: &lt;&lt;[_TABLENAME]&gt;&gt;</p>
  </body>
</html>
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