Dialog layout

Every parameter, fallback value and semantic value that have already been defined are shown on the left-hand side. If a parameter has fallback or semantic values, these are shown indented beneath the parameter. When creating a fallback or semantic value, select the respective parameter that it should be created for. The details of the parameter, fallback or semantic value, which has been selected on the left, are shown on the right side of the dialog.


Opens a submenu where you can select whether a parameter, fallback value or semantic value should be created.


Deletes the selected parameter, fallback value or semantic value from the list. Parameters that the target page requires cannot be deleted. User-defined parameters can be deleted.

Move up / Move down

Adjusts the order of the parameters, fallback values or semantic values.

Define parameters for application pages

If you open this dialog from an edit or view page, you define here which information the edit or view page requires to be able to display the data fully. Any number of fallback values and semantic values can be specified for pages. Click here for our general information on this topic.


Enter the parameter name here. This needs to be unique within a page.

When using parameter names in Intrexx, such as in a script, please note that they are case-sensitive. For example, if the parameter is called "LID", it needs to be written "LID" wherever it is used.

Data type

Select the desired data type here.


With this setting, the page will not be displayed if the parameter is not found during loading.

Parameter is only used for new / existing data records

Here, you can define whether the parameter is demanded only for new, only for existing data records or always.

Value may be transferred via request

Allows the value to be provided in the request.


You can provide the parameter with a description here.

Transfer parameters

From "callers", such as a button, the parameters are created here that the target pages demand. Any number of fallback values can be created. Semantic values can only be created for application pages. Click here for our general information on this topic.


Enter the parameter name here. Parameter names need to be unique for each call - a button in this example.

Request name

Enter the name that the parameter should be available under in the request.

Fallback value

Any number of fallback values can be created or defined for each parameter. Click here for more information about the settings for fallback values.

Semantic value

Any number of semantic values can be defined here for edit and view pages as well as for a portlet container.


Enter the name of the semantic value here.

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