Invalid or missing entries will generally be marked with a red border in the setting dialogs. Settings will be entered into the XML in the element properties in the following format:
 <title de="Datengruppe" en="Data Group"/>
   <setting value="myValue" type="string" key="myKey"/>


In the Key field, enter the name of the key that you want to enter into the XML in the key attribute. Ensure that you use an unique name. Key names cannot be used more than once. With a click on Filter list, the context menu will open.

Here you can set which keys are to be shown from which sources in the drop-down list. If you click on Set all, all key sources will be marked and the corresponding keys will be listed in the drop-down list.

If necessary, enter the index of the selected key in the Key index field.


In the drop-down list Type, the type of key can be changed, assuming that this is allowed by the selected key. If the Transform to web XML property is selected, the setting will be applied in the transformation to web XML. In Value, you can enter the value that should be entered to the XML under the value attribute. If the type is language this value can be entered in multiple languages as well in a further dialog by clicking Language.

When you select the list type of key, in the lower area of the dialog, you can configure the entries for the settings.

To do so, click on Create new entry.

By clicking on Remove selected entries, entries can be deleted from the list. Edit entry opens the dialog to edit the entry. With the arrow buttons, the order of the entries can be influenced.

If a setting for images is selected, here in the dialog you will find the button Select image. This button opens a dialog from which the image can be selected. Further, by clicking on Edit alternative text you can create text which will be displayed in place of the image in terminals which are not capable of displaying images.

For settings of the type GUID the setting Handle as unique identifier can be enabled. When the setting is copied (e.g. when copying an application) a new GUID will be generated.

Separators for displayed values

In various places in Intrexx, e.g. categories in the calendar element or in drop-down lists, displayed values can be compiled and optionally separated. As well as the default restrictions, two additional map entries can be defined for the key control.application.displayFields.