Dynamic Converter Administration Guide
ʍ User Agent—The viewing device that requests and downloads
content from a web server. Typically, this is a web browser that
runs on a computer, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer,
Mozilla Firefox , or Opera. You can target a particular web
browser by entering its value in this text box (such as *msie 7*
for Internet Explorer 7, *firefox 2* for Mozilla Firefox 2,
*webtv 1* for WebTV viewers, and so on). This setting is
particularly useful for targeting your content to mobile devices.
Note: If you have added custom metadata to the content
server, those values will appear in this list too.
This is the specific metadata value for your criteria. Source
documents are converted with the associated template if their
metadata value matches the value listed here.
You can select the desired metadata from the dropdown menu to
the right of the Value field. You can also use wildcards in the Value
field (for example *report*). An * (asterisk) wildcard represents
any number of characters, and a ? (question mark) represents a
single character. For example, the value report* includes
report2001, reporting, and reports. The value report? includes
reports and report8, but it does not include report10.
Template and Layout For Selected Rule
This is the name (content ID) of the template that you want to
apply to source documents matching the above criteria.
This is a list of all the available templates currently stored in the
This is a list of the different types of templates: GUI Template,
Layout Template, and Script Template. When you choose a
template type, a list of available templates of that type will display
in the Available Templates field.
See Chapter 4 (ConversionTemplates) for more information about