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isEnabled Attribute

Office 2007

Specifies whether the rule is enabled for the form.

Type

xsf:xdYesNo

Parent Elements

ElementDescription
ruleDefines an action invoked after an event has occurred in the form.

Definition

<xsd:attribute name="isEnabled" type="xsf:xdYesNo" use="optional" default="yes" ></xsd:attribute>

Remarks

The default value for the isEnabled attribute is "yes".

Example

The following is an example of the isEnabled attribute as it is used in the rule element:

<xsf:ruleSets>
 <xsf:ruleSet name="RuleSet1">
  <xsf:rule caption="Receipts" condition="my:expense > 75">
   <xsf:dialogBoxMessageAction>Don't forget receipts!</xsf:dialogBoxMessageAction>
    <xsf:openNewDocumentAction solution="urn:approvalForm"/>
    <xsf:exitRuleSet/>
  </xsf:rule>
  <xsf:rule caption="Always Submit" isEnabled="no">
   <xsf:submitAction adapter="Expense Database"/>
  </xsf:rule>
 </xsf:ruleSet>

 <xsf:ruleSet name="RuleSet2">
  <xsf:rule caption="Look up contact">
   <xsf:queryAction adapter="Contacts"/>
  </xsf:rule>
 </xsf:ruleSet>
</xsf:ruleSets>


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