Zen based System Default Settings page for add or edit
This is a Zen Page class. It belongs to the application
User needs WRITE permissions on the %Ens_SystemDefaultConfig resource to make changes on this page.
Comma-separated list of additional JS include files for the page.
Displayed name of this page.
User needs READ permissions on the %Ens_SystemDefaultConfig resource to view this page.
The last selected PID
Message that is built with the namespace in it.
Return the array of links to show in the locator bar.
This callback is called after the server-side page object and all of its children are created.
Subclasses can override this to add, remove, or modify items within the page object model, or to provide values for controls.
Add the EnsException error handling on the client.
Get the (localized) name of the page. This should be implemented in a subclass.
Get the (localized) title string for the page.
Get the total count of configuration items affected by the definition currently shown.
Callback to return a list of resources required for a specific HyperEvent. The user must have sufficient privileges on one of the resource/permission pairs to be permitted to execute the hyperevent. An empty string implies the user already has sufficient privileges for the ZenMethod specified in pMethod.
Return the temporary global name.
Return the temporary global name of the dynaTree.
Provide contents of the data source tree and temp globals.
Get information to display in the ribbon bar.
Save general association data to server
Update contents of setting. This method is called when user clicked a row to "Edit". Load data into the fields.
Get only the first piece of white space from the Setting Name value.
Adjust sizes of components on the page.
Cancel out of Add/Edit and return to the previous page.
Reset out of Add/Edit, reinitializing all fields and information on the page (the trees are rebuilt too).
Get user selection and send to server to save settings.
Toggle display of settings pane.
Click on a tree's item.
Contract the tree.
Expand the tree.