The page object represents the
Page that is being accessed. Many of the properties and methods are accessible within the bundle.
An expression that is evaluated to either a true or false value when the page is submitted. When true, the application will continue to the next page on the form. When false, the application will redirect the user back to the current page. The reloaded page will contain all changes that were submitted. If this value is not set, the application will implicitly evaluate to true and continue to the next page.
An expression that is evaluated to either a true or false value when the submission is loaded and the current page index is set to this page. When true, the application will render the this page. When false, the application increment the current page index on the submission and check whether the next page should be displayed. If this value is not set, the application will implicitly evaluate to true and display the page.
A list of all fields on the page.
The name of the page.
The type of page - either submittable or confirmation. A submittable page allows a user to submit values (answers) for the page. A confirmation page simply displays a message to the user, and possibly submitted values from fields on previous pages.