Each CodeCharge Studio project requires certain parameters to generate the proper programming code. Here you specify the general project parameters.
Specifies the programming code that you will generate from your project to create the web application. The available programming languages are:
Specifies the main page of your web application, which you can later launch with the F7 key or from the menu with Project | Home Page. The specified home page will then be generated, published, and opened within CodeCharge Studio in Live Page mode.
The Form Templates specifies the current location of the folder with custom HTML templates for generated forms.
Specifies the current location of the project and its file name. This is for informational purposes and cannot be edited from this dialog.
Specifies the default processing method for missing form
fields and parameters. This feature was introduced in CodeCharge Studio 3.1
to improve the functionality of the Record and Editable Grid components.
When this option is enabled, any fields that are hidden within a form (and
therefore missing when submitted) will be excluded from the INSERT or UPDATE
statement and therefore preserving previous database values. When disabled,
hidden fields will be saved into database with null values, clearing any
previous value already in the database. Fields may be hidden either by
placing them within panels or by setting field's Visible
property to "No" or "Dynamic".
Note: this option doesn't apply to Custom Insert and Custom Update features as they provide corresponding options and can be used to override this default value at form level.