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How to define correspondence using the rich text editor (PRPC 5.5)

Summary

Note: This article describes a V5.5 feature. For V5.2 - V5.4, see How to create correspondence rules.

Suggested Approach

  1. Create a correspondence rule. For information about creating correspondence rules, see How to create correspondence rules.
  2. On the Corr tab, enter the information needed in the correspondence using the rich text editor.

The rich text editor can be used to change the look and feel of the text. You can change the font and size of the text, among other things. In addition to changing the look and feel of the text, you can add the following to the correspondence:

Add an HTML link to the correspondence

  1. Click the Create HTML Link icon.
  1. The Link Parameters popup displays.
  1. Enter the URL, a description of the URL, and whether or not the link opens in a new browser window. Click Save to add it to the correspondence.

Add an image to the correspondence

  1. Click the Insert Image icon.
  1. The Image Parameters popup displays.
  1. Enter the name of the image and a tooltip to display when hovering over it. Click Save to add it to the correspondence.

Add a property value to the correspondence

  1. Click the Add Property icon.
  1. The Property Parameters popup displays.
  1. Select the property using SmartPrompt, select an HTML format for the property, and (optionally) a when rule to specify when the property displays in the correspondence. Click Save to add it to the correspondence.

Add a rule to the correspondence

  1. Click the Include a Rule icon.
  1. The Include a Rule popup displays.
  1. Select the rule using SmartPrompt, the type of rule (paragraph, section, correspondence, or correspondence fragment), the page the rule is using, and (optionally) a when rule to specify when the rule displays in the correspondence. Click Save to add it to the correspondence.

You can also enter JavaServer Pages tags into the correspondence. For information about typical JSP tags used in correspondence, see Correspondence Reference. For information about the entire JSP tag library, see the Application Developer Help.

After entering the appropriate information for the correspondence Click Save to save the correspondence rule.

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