Use control rules to determine the appearance of a single property, such as a button or drop-down field, on a form.
- Standard controls
As you build forms, use standard controls to bring consistency and predictability to the look and feel of your application. Use the Records Explorer to see a complete list of the standard controls available to you.
- Advanced Controls
- Creating a custom control
If no predefined control meets the needs of your application, you can create one.
- Control form - Completing the Control tab
Pega Platform includes a set of standard auto-generated controls. As a best practice, use these controls to save development time and ensure consistency. By default, this tab is displayed when you open an auto-generated control or open a New rule.
- Control form - Completing the HTML tab
For non-auto-generated controls, you can enter HTML source directly into the HTML Source text box.
- Section form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab
Section form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab
- Control form - Actions tab
Action sets determine the behavior of a control.
- More about Controls
- More about report definition rules
About the pxRetrieveReportData activity
- About Navigation rules
Use a Navigation rule to construct a multi-level XML document to be used in navigation and context menus.
- About Edit Input rules
An edit input rule provides a conversion facility. Use edit input rules to convert data entered by a user (or received from an external system) from a format that your application doesn't use into another format.