|name||The name of the field
|guiname||The GUI name of the field (can be in other language)
|description||The description of the field (can be in other language)
|datatype||A String identifying the datatype of the field
|datatypedescription||A description for the datatype of the field
A form entry for the field. If the surrounding FieldList has an id, the names of the form
entries will be prefixed with it, so it is possible to use it for the same fields in the
same form more than once. The post of the form should be treated with corresponding
If you have created a form with type="input" and this form was submitted, then you can
use type="useinput", and it will get the request/post parameter produced by "input" and
make the right changes to the parent field.
The necessary externid's for this will be implicitly imported in the context. You don't
have to worry about them.
`useinput' is exceptional because it doesn't really produce any `info' about the field,
but rather changes it.
Can only be used if the parent FieldProvider also provides a Node.
A form entry for the field, fit for use for searching. That means that no textareas will
be used and such.
If you have created a form with type="searchinput" and this form was submitted, then you
can use this. It will produce a part of a where clause which you can use to construct a
whole `where' for the list tag you are going to use.
Adds the search query to the surrounding param-handler, like an mm:url.
The value of this field. Can only be used if the parent FieldProvider also provides a
The guivalue of this field. Can only be used if the parent FieldProvider also provides a
Node (can be in other language).
The storage type of this field. Which is an integer. You may like typedescription.
The storage type of this field, as a string. Like 'string', 'integer', 'long', 'xml'.
The guitype of this field. The guitype further specializes on the type, and can be found
in the guitype field of builder xml's.
The combination of type/guitype is used by e.g. the `input' version of this tag, to create
feasible HTML input entries.
Only checks whether the field's value is valid. If not, that is reported to a parent form tag.
Like 'check', but displays the error messages if not valid.