View Form Space Pages

   Journey Manager (JM) Previously known as Transact Manager (TM). |   System Manager / DevOps |  v5.1 & Higher This feature is related to v5.1 and higher.

Manager provides a range of generic HTML pages that are configured to be used to support and surround all forms associated with a form space. These pages are not part of the form, but rather are a part of the entire application that represents the form. Common examples are a Forgotten Password page, a Form Not Found page, and a Terms and Conditions page.

To list all pages currently associated with a form space:

  1. Select Forms > Form Spaces.
  2. Locate a form space and click Edit.
  3. Select the Pages tab.
  4. To filter or search the form spaces by one or more criteria, specify the following settings and click Search:
    • Page name or a part of its name.
    • Path.

    Click Clear to reset the search criteria.

    The Page tab list pages in alphabetical order and displays the most important information for each page. The Last Modified column identifies if a page has been recently edited. If the page has been modified, the last modified date and the name of the user who modified the page is displayed. If the page’s content is different to its base content, the entry is highlighted in red, and additional actions (to view the differences between the current and base content and to restore the base content) are made available.

You can perform one of the following actions on a selected page:

  • Click Edit to configure a page.
  • Click Restore Base Content to restore the page content back to the original base content. This removes all latest modifications and returns the content back to its original form. Click Restore Base Content at the bottom of the page to restore all pages with their Base Content.
  • Click View Content Diff to Base Page Content to compare the current modified version of the page with the base version of the page.
  • Click Mark Content Merged to promote the modified page to the base page. This marks the modified page as a new generic base version of the page.
  • Click View to view the page in a browser. If the page needs certain URL parameters to display correctly, for example, a form code, enter the parameter(s) into the Page View URL Params field first.

A page base content is the page’s content as defined in the space’s WAR file.


Only users with administrator’s permissions can perform all the above-mentioned actions. Regular users can only edit and view pages.

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