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Using the INCLUDE tag to reference other HTML files

The INCLUDE tag allows the DLL to display the content from another HTML page within the parent page. The best example of this tag is the Aeon MainMenu. The MainMenu.html page contains references to an include_header.html, include_menu.html and include_footer.html page that surround the content of the main menu.

For these types of INCLUDE tags, the variable for the name of the HTML file would be a filename. An example of how this tag would display in the HTML:

Standard Include Example: 

<#INCLUDE filename="include_header.html">

In addition to the standard include, Aeon has the following types of includes:

  • DetailedDocTypeInformation - Will look for a "ViewDetailed<docType>Information.html". If the DocumentType is not set or specific file does not exist, it will use the ViewDetailedDefaultInformation.html


<#INCLUDE type="DetailedDocTypeInformation">
  • Photoduplication - If the request type for the transaction being shown is not a photoduplication (or the current page is not the New/Edit Photoduplication form), the include file is not shown. If the filename tag parameter is included, it will display that. Otherwise it will attempt to show the include_photoduplication.html


 <#INCLUDE type="photoduplication" filename="include_photoduplication.html">
  • RISDocTypeInformation - Attempts to get the document type for the request and will show the include found in the RIS folder. The filename should be RIS_<DocType>.html. When doc type is not set, will use RIS_Default.html. 


<#INCLUDE type="RISDocTypeInformation">





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