Example: UI Element for the Sample Task Definition

The code for the sample task definition creates a group for each input type. Here is the code for the first three groups:
   <Container option="DATATAB">
      <Group option="DATAGROUP" open="true"
         <DataItem data="DATASOURCE" />
      <Group option="ROLESGROUP" open="true">
         <RoleItem role="VAR"/>
         <RoleItem role="OPTNVAR"/>
         <RoleItem role="OPTCVAR"/>

   <Container option="OPTIONSTAB">
      <Group option="GROUP0" open="true">
         <OptionItem option="labelEXAMPLE"/>

      <Group option="GROUP1">
         <OptionItem option="chkCheck"/>
         <OptionItem option="chkEXAMPLE"/>

      <Group option="GROUP2">
         <OptionItem option="labelEXAMPLE2"/>
         <OptionItem option="radioButton1"/>
         <OptionItem option="radioButton2"/>
         <OptionItem option="radioButton3"/>

When you run this code, the Data and Options tabs appear in the interface
The Data tab displays a selector for the input data source and three roles.
Example of Data tab in the task interface
The Options tab contains several groups. The example code creates the Groups, Check Boxes, and Radio Buttons groups. The first group is expanded by default because the open attribute is set to true. (The sample task definition includes code to create the remaining groups on the Options tab.)
Groups, Check Boxes, and Radio Buttons in the task template