If there are many items on one screen, you can organize it by wizard or tab layout.
Figure 1 shows an example of applying a wizard to a customer model and splitting it into two screens.Move to the previous or next page with the screen move button ("go to the previous screen" "next screen").You can also open a specific screen directly using the screen designation button ("screen 1" "screen 2").
Here is an example with five tabs prepared.(FIGS. 2 and 3)
For details of the wizard and how to define it please read "Screen function> Wizard". We will explain tab layout later.
Set the layout name for all the items to be included in the tab.(This is used as a tab name.)
Select "tab" in the alignment direction of each tab set in Figure 4.
You can specify a default tab.Figure 6 shows an example of opening the detail display screen.The default tab "Sales" is displayed first.
Figure 7 is an example of opening a new registration screen.Again the default tab "Sales" is displayed first.
Check the default tab.There is one tab that can specify the default.
At the same time as the default tab, you can specify that it will be the default tab if the condition is met.Priority is 1. Tab that matches the condition, 2. Default tab, becomes.
The format is as follows.
In the example shown in Fig. 9, when the value of the item 1 item is 100, the "sales" tab is defaulted.Otherwise, the "shipping destination" tab becomes the default.
When opening a new registration screen, item 1 is blank, so "delivery destination" tab is the default.
Enter 100 in item 1 here and save it.Then the "Sales" tab is the default for detailed screen after saving.
In FIG. 12, two tabs "slip" and "others" are prepared in the "Apply" tab.
Separate with ">" like layout nesting setting.
Set "tab" for each layout.
>"Default tab" is specified for "Other".
At the same time in Figure 14, nested tabs "apply> In this way, you can set default tabs between tabs in the same hierarchy.
You can specify layouts such as portrait and side by side for items in the tab layout.(FIG. 15)
As shown in Figure 16, you can specify the layout name by continuing the ">" character after the tab name.
In Fig. 17, "vertical display method" and "alignment direction" are specified, and vertical layout is realized in side by side layout.
Tabs can be grouped and displayed separately.
To distinguish between tabs, specify "tab number".The same numbers are treated as the same tab (group).
Please assign tab numbers consecutively from 1.
The tab layout is always placed in the lower area of the screen.