Indicates the digital signature
operation to perform when used in conjunction with the signData object,
or the object to link to when used in conjunction with the traverse object.
Reference_Syntax.signData.operation = "sign | verify | clear"
Reference_Syntax.traverse.operation = "next | up | down | left | right | back | first"
For digital signatures (using the signData object):
Add an XML signature
to the XML data being submitted. This operation does not modify
the application’s active document.
Verifies an XML
signature. If the verification fails, the submission processes are
canceled and the application issues a message indicating why the
submission failed. This operation is performed before any signature
is created or cleared.
an XML signature, if it exists, from the XML data being submitted.
This operation does not modify the application’s active document
and is performed before any signature is created.
For object-linking (using the traverse object):
when the user presses the Tab key or enters the final character
in a fixed-width field. However, the same chain of next links is
also traversed by the screen reader when reading the form. Defaults
to left-to-right top-to-bottom order.
The chain of next links
can include boilerplate objects, but these objects cannot accept
input focus. Therefore, when advancing focus to the next form object,
tabbing continues until an object that accepts input focus is reached.
You must ensure that the form design does not present a non-terminating
This property is used only when the container is a subform
or subform set. The link points to the object that gains focus when
the container is entered. In effect the container delegates focus
via this link. Defaults to the first container that is a child of
this container, in top-to-bottom left-to-right order.