|Enable as Web component||It indicates if this object has to be registered as a Web server component|
|PmWeb object||Path in the objects tree to the PmWeb, PmWebFolder or PmWebLang object where the registration is carried out. |
Macro expression can be used for input (it is evaluated while the application is launching).
|Web component identifier||It specifies unique identifier of this Web component. The full URL address to this component is then for example: |
"http://ComputerName:Port/Identifier"The configurator is read only and its name is taken from the Group ID identifier configurator.
|View in HTML components list||If checked, then the component will be visible in the component list. Displaying such list is done through the Web object registering this component (Web object PmWeb, PmWebFolder or PmWebLang). |
If not checked, then the component will not be visible in the list. But it will be accessible through its Web adress. It is useful for system components (e.g. the data offered to another applications), that are not intended to be choosen from Web browsers.
When displaying the component list in the Web browser this option can be supressed by pressing the Shift key and clicking the list title simultaneously. At this moment the list is reopened displaying all the components (including system components).
It is recommended to registre the object into the PmWebFolder object with the Type configurator set to "Folder for trends". In this case this object PmWebFolder offers the outline Web pages with all registered PmTrend objects, and then to browse trends from various groups in a simple way on one page.