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An Input UI control appears in the Input UI display page and allows users to select features. Figure 7 displays the Input UI controls.
The Feature tables contain the choices that appear in the input UI control, for example, the various exterior color options in the car example. The UI control row in the Input UI tab defines the control type, for example, a list box. It also controls where on the page it appears, based on the sequence number you specified in the UI control row in the Input UI tab.
The controls on an Inputs page are created using Advisor functions that are generated from the information you enter in Advisor Feature tables. Therefore, unlike standard HTML controls, the user interface and feature data are separate, and you can make changes to one without affecting the other.
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