The records identified by a rule’s target are candidates for promotion and may or may not all be promoted in a Web application. It is a combination of zone and style settings that work together to effectively restrict which rule results are actually promoted to application users.

A zone identifies a collection of rules to ensure at least one rule always produces records to promote. A style controls the minimum and maximum number of results to display, defines any property templates, and indicates how to display the rule results to the Web application. The following topics describe zone and style usage in detail.

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