I promise: this is my last question for the next few days ... :-)
As saving the currentUser and a timestamp now works great for me (Thanks
again to Anjo and John!), I'm playing around with the ERNEUTabInspectPage.
In d2wclientConfiguration.plist I found, this:
"An extended tab inspect page. Use propertyKeys named like '(Some section)'
to divide the page up in sections and '[Some Tab]' to divide it into Tabs.";
Now, I have the following problem:
I created this rule:
(pageConfiguration = 'InspectPCUser' => tabSectionsContents =
("(user_information)", firstname, lastname, login),
("(editing_information)", created, createdBy)
As I understand the doc above I should get a page with sections (How should
they look like?). But I get a page with tabs. Same when I use  around "
user_information" and " editing_information".
When I use "sectionsContents" instead of "tabSectionsContents", I get a page
with a tab with an empty title and all my properties.
What's wrong now?
Are some more examples out there with the D2W stuff from WONDER?
Thanks for your help!
"Guido Neitzer" <guido.neitzer@...> wrote:
> What's wrong now?
Is it correct, that I can only have a page with sections AND tabs? With
("(section1)", firstname, lastname),
("(section2)", createdBy, created)
I get a page with one tab, two sections.
Am 23.12.2004 um 13:45 schrieb Guido Neitzer:
> "Guido Neitzer" <guido.neitzer@...> wrote:
>> What's wrong now?
> Is it correct, that I can only have a page with sections AND tabs?
If you use a Tab-Inspect page you get Tabs, if you use sections you get
sections. If you use a tab-inspect page with sections you get tabs with
sections. If you use an plain inspect page, you don't get tabs. What
did you expect? And also, there is an "easier" means to split stuff
into tabs and sections:
("[tab1]", "(section1)",...,"[tab2]", "key1")