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Reference Object Descriptions
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tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--Prompt to save changes in each modified document and then quit Informed.
quit
end tell
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--Quit Informed without saving.
quit saving no
end tell
attached script
A document can contain a number of attached scripts. An attached script can be linked to a button 
or a menu item. The user executes the script by a selecting the associated menu item or button. A 
script can also be executed by another script. An 
attached script
object represents one or more 
scripts that are attached to a document.
Reference 
An attached script object can reference attached scripts by
■ Name
■ Index
■ ID
■ Absolute position
■ Relative position
■ Range
■ Test
Properties
Property
Writeable?
Description
container
no
The container for the attached script. An attached script is always 
contained by a document object.
id
no
The unique ID of the attached script.
index
no
The index of the attached script.
name
no
The name of the attached script.
class
no
The attached script class.
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Using AppleScript
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Commands
execute
The 
execute
command executes an attached script and returns its result.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--execute a specific attached script
execute attached script "Process Orders" of document 1
end tell
exists
The 
exists
command verifies the existence of an attached script.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--execute a particular attached script if it exists
tell attached script "Process Orders" of document 1
if exists then
execute
end if
end tell
end tell
attachment
With paper forms, associated documents such as receipts or drawings are often attached to a form 
with a paper clip. Informed Desktop eForms provides this same capability by allowing you to 
attach electronic documents to electronic forms. An 
attachment
object represents one or more files 
that are attached to a record.
Reference
An attachment object can reference attachments by
■ Name
■ Index
■ ID
■ Absolute position
■ Relative position
■ Range
■ Test
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Reference Object Descriptions
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Properties
Commands
exists
The 
exists
command verifies the existence of an attachment.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
tell current record of document 1
if exists attachment "Read Me" then
save attachment "Read Me" in file "HD:Documents:Read Me"
end if
end tell
end tell
delete
The 
delete
command deletes an attachment from a record.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
delete attachment "Read Me" of current record of document 1
end tell
save
The 
save
command saves an attachment.
Property
Writeable?
Description
container
no
The container for the attachment. An attachment is always 
contained by a record.
id
no
The unique ID of the attachment.
index
no
The index of the attachment.
name
no
The name of the attachment.
class
no
The attachment class.
Argument
Description
in
This argument must be a file object that specifies the file into which the 
attachment will be saved.
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Using AppleScript
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tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
tell current record of document 1
--save a specific attachment if it exists
if exists attachment "Read Me" then
save attachment "Read Me" in file "HD:Documents:Read Me"
end if
end tell
end tell
builtin command
Built-in commands correspond to the commands that are built into Informed Desktop eForms. The 
“Send Mail” command is an example of a built-in command. A 
builtin command
object represents 
one or more built-in commands. For a list of Informed’s built-in commands, please see “Appendix 
B” in your Informed Designer Forms Automation manual.
Reference
A builtin command object can reference built-in commands by
■ Name
■ Index
■ ID
■ Absolute position
■ Relative position
■ Range
■ Test
Properties
Property
Writeable?
Description
enabled
yes
Is the built-in command enabled?
id
no
The unique ID of the built-in command.
index
no
The index of the built-in command.
name
no
The name of the built-in command.
class
no
The builtin command class.
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Reference Object Descriptions
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Commands
execute
The 
execute
command executes a built-in command.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
execute builtin command "Enlarged Size"
end tell
exists
The 
exists
command verifies the existence of a built-in command.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
if exists builtin command "Go To Record" then
execute builtin command "Go To Record"
end if
end tell
button
A button on a form can be configured to invoke commands that are built into Informed Desktop 
eForms, commands that are available through Informed plug-ins, or scripts that are attached to the 
form. A 
button
object represents one or more buttons on a form.
Reference
A button object can reference buttons by
■ Name
■ Index
■ Absolute position
■ Relative position
■ Range
■ Test
Properties
Property
Writeable?
Description
container
no
The container for the button. A button is always contained by a 
document.
enabled
yes
Is the button enabled?
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Using AppleScript
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Commands
execute
The 
execute
command executes a button’s configured action.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
execute button "Submit" of document "Purchases"
end tell
exists
The 
exists
command verifies the existence of a button.
tell document 1 of application "Informed Desktop eForms"
if exists button "Go To Record" then
execute button "Go To Record"
end if
end tell
cell
cell
object represents one or more cells in a record. Cells include single value fields (drawn with 
the Field tool in Informed Designer) and multiple value fields (drawn with the Table tool).
Reference
A cell object can reference cells by
■ Name
■ Index
■ ID
■ Absolute position
■ Relative position
■ Range
■ Test
index
no
The index of the button.
name
no
The name of the button.
class
no
The button class.
title
no
The title of the button.
Property
Writeable?
Description
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Reference Object Descriptions
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Properties
Commands
clear
The 
clear
command clears the cell of any data.
tell document 1 of application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--clear the cell named "Quantity" of the current record
clear cell "Quantity" of current record
end tell
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
tell current record of document 1
--clear the second row of the table column cell named "Price"
clear element 2 of cell "Price"
end tell
end tell
Property
Writeable?
Description
container
no
The container for the cell. A cell is always contained by a record.
current element yes
The current element.
display only
yes
Is the cell display only?
extra choices
yes
The list of extra choices for the cell.
id
no
The unique ID of the cell.
index
no
The index of the cell, relative to other cells.
main choices
no
The list of main choices for the cell.
name
no
The name of the cell.
class
no
The Cell class.
signed
no
Is the cell signed?
table ID
no
The table ID for a column cell.
title
no
The title of the cell.
value
yes
The value of the cell.
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commit
The 
commit
command commits the cell data, triggering formatting, check calculations, and lookups 
configured for the cell.
tell document 1 of application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--set the value of a cell, commit the data without the configured lookup
setx value of cell "Employee Number" of current record to "1012" without lookup
--other instructions
--commit the cell and force the lookup
set current cell to cell "Employee Number"
commit cell "Employee Number" of current record with lookup
end tell
count
The 
count
command returns the number of elements in a cell.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
set rowCount to count elements in cell "Result" of current record of document 1
end tell 
data size
The 
data size
command returns the size of the cell data in bytes.
Argument
Description
[lookup]
Specifies whether or not a lookup is performed. If 
true
, the lookup is performed 
unconditionally. If 
false
, the lookup is ignored. If not specified, a lookup is 
performed only if the cell’s value has changed. This argument is ignored if the 
specified cell is not a lookup cell.
Argument
Description
each
This argument specifies the class of the elements to be counted. Its value must be 
“element.”
Argument
Description
as
This argument specifies the data type for which the size is calculated.
Reference Object Descriptions
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tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
tell current record of document 1
set vSize to data size of cell "Age" as text
end tell
end tell
exists
The 
exists
command verifies the existence of a cell.
tell document 1 of application "Informed Desktop eForms"
set vExists to exists cell "Quantity" of current record of document 1
end tell
get
The 
get
command gets the value of a cell.
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
tell current record of document "Order Form"
--get the value of the field cell named "Signed Date" as text
set vSignedDate to get cell "Signed Date" as text
--get the value of each element of the table cell named "Description"
set vDescription to get cell "Description"
end tell
end tell
tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--get the value of the "Date" cell of every record of the current collection
--of the document. See "Containment" earlier in this chapter for details.
set vDate to get cell "Date" of current collection of document "Order Form"
end tell
set
The 
set
command sets the value of a cell.
Argument
Description
as
The data type to be returned.
Argument
Description
to
The value to which the cell will be set.
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tell application "Informed Desktop eForms"
tell current record of current document
--set the value of the field cell "Quantity"
set value of cell "Quantity" to "100"
--set the value of each element of the table cell "Part Number"
set value of cell "Part Number" to {"P-345", "P-400", "J-100"}
end tell
end tell
setx
The 
setx
command sets the value of a cell.
tell document 1 of application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--set the prefix for a phone cell without committing
setx value of cell "Phone" of current record to "(403) 555-" without committing
end tell
tell document 1 of application "Informed Desktop eForms"
--set the value of a cell, commit the data without the configured lookup
setx value of cell "Employee Number" of current record to "1012" without lookup
--other instructions
--commit the cell and force the lookup
set current cell to cell "Employee Number"
commit cell "Employee Number" of current record with lookup
end tell
Argument
Description
to
The value to which the cell will be set.
[committing]
If 
true
, the data is committed to the cell immediately and check calculations 
or formatting options are triggered. If 
false
, the data is not committed 
immediately. The default is 
true
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[lookup]
Specifies whether or not a lookup is performed. If 
true
, the lookup is 
performed unconditionally. If 
false
, the lookup is ignored. If not specified, a 
lookup is performed only if the cell’s value has changed. This argument is 
ignored if the specified cell is not a lookup cell.
Note: If
lookup
is specified (
true
or 
false
), then
committing 
must be 
true
.
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