What Content is Stored

The following table shows what is stored to the source databases for each object type.

 

In addition to the values shown, depending on your global settings, object ToolTips and the book's _ASYM_StringArray property may also be stored. You can also store selected (non-array) user properties; see Writing Properties to a Database for details.

 

 

Object Type

Values Stored

 

Background

name

 

Button

 

name, caption, bounds, fontStyle, fontFace, fontSize

ComboBox

 

name, text, dropDownItems, fontStyle, fontFace, fontSize

 

Field

 

name, text, richText (richText is optional based on text settings; if richText is stored, it includes hotwords), fontStyle, fontFace, fontSize

 

Hotwords

For named hotwords only:

name, hyperlinks, actions, and user properties

 

Page

name

 

Questions

name,

ASYM_WID_SummaryFeedback[1][12] (allCorrectFeedback),

ASYM_WID_SummaryFeedback[2][12] (allIncorrectFeedback),

ASYM_WID_SummaryFeedback[3][12] (partiallyCorrectFeedback),

ASYM_WID_AnsArray[1][12] through ASYM_WID_AnsArray[10][12] (answerFeedback1 through answerFeedback10),

ASYM_WID_AnsArray[1][1] through ASYM_WID_AnsArray[1][10]

(answer1 through answer10), fontStyle, fontFace, fontSize

 

Recordfields

Page Level:

name, text, richText (richText is optional based on text settings; if richText is stored, it includes hotwords)

Background Level:

name, fontStyle, fontFace, fontSize

 

Catalog Objects

The following catalog objects are supported in the sense that TTS does not store values of objects inside the object but rather stores and restores properties of the catalog objects: Bullet, Text Pane, Shadowed Text Field, and Marquee. TTS stores the text of all except the Text Pane, where it stores both a Caption Text and a Body Text.