Document Class tab

Use this tab to configure document class property.

Option Description
Document class Enter document class name or ID. Routed documents will have default settings (such as access permissions) configured for this class by the FileNet P8 Content Engine Administrator. You can click the button to open the Select Document Class dialog box, which allows selection of a document class. The displayed classes include "Document" class and its subclasses.
Note: A document class has two names: a symbolic name and a display name. This field should contain a symbolic name.
Class fields This box displays the list of fields of the current document class. The list displays name, value and type of each field.
Note: The Title and Permissions system fields should be specified on the Document tab and Security tab respectively.
Add Click this button to add a new field to the list. This button opens the Add Property dialog box.
Edit Select a field and click this button to edit a selected field. This button opens the Edit Property dialog box.
Remove Select a field and click this button to remove the selected field from the list.
Inline all fields into one string Select this check box to set values of all class fields as one string. This allows you to set all field values at once, for example, by using RRT. In particular, this may be useful if the number of fields is unknown in advance.

The text box below this check box allows entering a value for the string in the in-line form, for example: {"DocumentTitle" = String:"MyTitle", "FormPolicy" = Object "DocumentLifecycleAction":{"LastModifier" = String:"Me"}}

If you select this check box when the text box is empty (for example, for the first time), the fields specified in the list are converted into the Inline representation and the in-line value is displayed in the text box.
Verify field values If this check box is selected, the component will check names and values of the fields before submitting them. This option is applicable only to the fields whose Verification option is set to "Default". For other fields, the component uses the individual verification settings specified in the Add/Edit Property dialog box.

When the component verifies a field’s value and considers that it is not valid, it uses the default value for this field. If the field name is invalid (the document class does not contain such field) then the component will skip this field.

If this check box is not selected and some field name is incorrect (no field with such name exists), or a field has an incorrect value or type, or some required field is not specified, then the document will be rejected. However, if some name is empty at run time (for example, as a result of an RRT replacement), it will be silently ignored.