browser. It was originally developed by Netscape as a way to extend the functionality
of HTML. It is supported by Netscape Navigator 2.0 or later and Microsoft Internet
Explorer 3.0 or later. Various other browsers either support it or will support it in the near
page that it generates. You can enable this support by setting the
enhancement allows the browser to insert the cursor at the start of the correct input
field on the screen. It does this by calling a function during the
event. This gives the user the ability to type into a field without
first having to select it with the mouse. It also indicates to the user the first
input field that may contain an error if the row and column are properly set by the
AS/400 application. The second enhancement allows the browser to return the row and column
position of the last input field that had focus. It does this by calling a function during
onFocus events. This feature will allow the user to be able to
get field level prompting without having to type a ? into the field.
functions. Depending on the equipment and browsers that you use, you may see
different results and determine that the added functionality is not worth the price in
understand. Of course there is no guarantee that all browsers will act appropriately.
If your target audience uses ill-behaved browsers, you may wish to disable this feature.