The Page control type is used to separate fields into multiple linked child containers. Adding a page creates a 1-1 parent-child relationship between the container and the linked container. This relationship is represented visually as tabs at the top of the screen:
Note the similarity to the Tab control, which allows for visual separation of data without creating a new container and database table.
Also note the similarity to the Table control, which also creates a parent-child relationship but allows the parent container to have multiple instances of the child container.
Excel Sheet Input
The Page control type requires the following Excel columns:
Name: The name of the field saved to the database.
Type: The name of the container type backing this field. Must be set to
<ContainerName>is the name of another Excel container sheet.
ControlType: The name of the desired control type. Must be set to
The Page control type also supports the following Excel columns:
DisplayName: The name that will be shown for the field above the input box. This can be any string. If no DisplayName is provided, Name will be shown.