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Declare Expression form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab

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Use the Pages & Classes tab to list the pages referenced in the Expression tab. See How to Complete a Pages & Classes tab for basic instructions.

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Pages listed here can be the source of property values needed to compute an expression. However, properties on such named pages are not change-tracked.

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Field Description
Page Name Optional. Enter any page referenced by name on the Expressions tab.

Optionally, add a row with the keyword Top as the page name, to identify a top-level page. The Top keyword allows you to use the syntax Top.propertyref to identify properties, on other tabs of this rule form.

Declare Expression rules can apply to embedded pages that appear within top-level pages with various names. In such cases, you can use the keywords Top or Parent in the page name here. If the Page Context key part of this rule is not blank, this tab automatically includes a definition of the Top and Parent keywords.

Class Optional. Select the class of that page.
Locate Page Expression The Locate Page Expression option is not supported. Use a data page instead. Rules created in previous versions that use the Locate Page Expression display this field. New rules do not display this field. Changes to a rule that uses this option cannot be saved unless Locate Page Expression is replaced by supported functionality.
Locate Page Activity The Locate Page Activity option is not supported. Use a data page instead. Rules created in previous versions that use the Locate Page Activity display this field. New rules do not display this field. Changes to a rule that uses this option cannot be saved unless Locate Page Activity is replaced by supported functionality.
Page Context Data
Class If the Page Context key part is not blank, this field identifies the class of the page or pages that are identified in the Page Context field.

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