AB0112 - Format data types correctly
Some input fields expect data in a certain format. While most input fields will accept any textual value, others may expect a certain type of data (e.g. numbers).
NoteSince values entered using Expression Syntax are dynamically generated, this rule will ignore any value containing expressions.
To resolve this rule, make sure the text you have entered can be recognized by the data format referenced in the error message. The following table outlines data formats and the types of values expected for each.
|Data Type||Expected Format|
|Text||This is the most common data type and allows for any input.|
|Only the values |
|Only numerical whole numbers (i.e. no decimal places) are allowed (e.g. |
|Only numerical numbers (with or without decimal places) are allowed (e.g. |
|Compare Mode||Only recognized compare mode values are allowed. Those values include: |
|Property Name||The value entered must match the name of a recognized property for the Element Type. Refer to Web Control, Web Window, Web Alert, and Image Element for supported property names.|
|Key||The value entered must correspond to a named keyboard key. Those values include: |