This is a consolidated list of all the commands regarding the Interview, along with a short description of each. Click on the command name for a link to a more detailed article.
Place a button on the interview and set some custom behavior using the OnExitSet or Set commands.
Force all data elements in a template to appear on the interview.
Provide a multi line field for a data element.
Force the capture of a specific data element on the interview.
List data elements to be captured.
Change the way that repeaters are captured from the traditional style into a grid repeater.
Change the position of a data element on the interview so that it is captured the next time the data element is encountered.
Present an interview which contains only values which are empty. Values which are already known would be in such case as including values from a data source.
Or ChooseFromRepeatingData. These commands are exactly the same. At some point the command had a name change but they work in the same way and for backward compatibility both command names are fine. Choose a value from items captured in a repeater.
After some information has been captured on the interview, then the user is able to use those values to enter into other data elements
Join several repeating lists into one drop down list. Note that this functionality has not yet been fully implemented into the web as yet.
Present a horizontal radio button list on the interview.
Present a drop down list of choices on the interview.
Present a vertical radio button list on the interview.
(Same as ChooseFromData)
Present a drop down list of sample choices on the interview.
Present a checkbox on the interview with a True/False value.
Present a calendar control on the interview.
Allow the user to choose the time from a time picker on the interview.
A “Select all” feature allows the user to check and uncheck multiple checkboxes at once.
Group various controls together in one panel on the interview. This has not been implemented on the web as yet.
Exclude items which are captured in a grid repeat.
When exiting a number field, format the field in a given string in the interview. This command is currently only implemented in the desktop version.
Limit a repeating item.
This is the same as DefineSetAllGroup.
An invisible data element which can have a value, or heading/footing text assigned to it.
Conditionally prevent users from deleting an item in a repeat.
Mark data elements as required on the interview.
Apply validation rules to data entered into the interview.
Align the caption of a data element to the left, right or top of the field in the interview.
Set the alignment of all captions in an interview.
Specify where the error messages should appear.
Set and style the caption for a data element.
Add a comment to a template.
Define all attributes of a data element in one fillpoint.
Create a report showing the conditions for a data element. This can be useful when there is an out of memory problem, or the interview is just generally sluggish.
Do not show data elements on the interview.
All numbers should be saved into the dataset as XML formatted numbers, regardless of the region and how they were captured.
Add text below a data element onto the interview.
Do not allow users to enter thousands separators when entering numeric values.
Add text above a data element onto the interview.
Provide help on a data element in the interview to the end user.
Should it happen that the template results in an empty interview, suppress that interview with this command.
Do not allow the user a specific document, typically when assembling packs of documents.
Do not show a data element in the interview, but still be allowed to use it in logic or OnExitSets etc.
Insert a hyperlink on heading or footing text on the interview.
Group fields together into horizontal groups.
Do not apply the automatic rule given to numbers by functions such as FormatNumber.
Provide a font style for the entire interview.
When using tabs, turns the interview into a wizard by providing back and next buttons on the interview.
Add a logo to a desktop interview.
Override the automatic relevance with this command, or add this command to reduce a very complicated set of conditions on a data element.
Switch the desktop interview theme to grey, blue or white.
Provide a title for an interivew. If no title is supplied, the name of the template will be used.
Set the value of a data element when the focus enters an element.
Set the value of a data element when the focus leaves another element.
If switched off, artifacts are not built when the template is saved. The performance of the template may be significantly impacted.
Set a field on the interview to read only.
Set the caption of a repeating element.
When used, Word will open another instance in order to run the template.
Set a value in an interview.
Provide a default value on the interview.
Specify that a template should not create a document when assembling, it is for data capture only.
Specify a pattern of data elements according to which repeating data should be displayed.
Show the hidden fields fields on an interview.
Arrange fields in the interview according to tabs.
Decide if the tabs should be vertical or horizontal.
Used with Document Services (sharing an interview) to ensure that certain fields should be completed before an interview is allowed to be shared.
Assign a width to a field.
Used with the Set command. All Set commands inside a With block follow the condition as specified in that block.