Allows anonymous users to store data in Content Studio. For authenticate users you can use the Document Writer 4.0 component instead.

Component properties
Category AS EPT
Version 1.0
Complies with Xhtml 1.0 / 1.1 rules Yes
Supported server programming languages C# Visual Basic.NET
Output content type inline

When to use

This component is typically used to allow anonymous users to store data in Content Studio. Typical scenarios are user blogs, guestbooks, page ranks, user feedback etc. The component may be used with ordinary editing templates.

Synchronous events supported is: OnBeforeDocumentSave.

This component is intended to be used with a submit-form.
To use this component the flag: "Use server side validation" must be set, on the ept-category.
To edit existing documents, the flag runat="server" and EnableViewState should be set for each field in the edit template

Programming interface


Storing settings
Category location
Choose an ept category where to store the ept document.
Save options
One of the following options:
  • Save draft
  • Saves draft only.
  • Save draft and send for revision
  • Save the document and send it for revision.
  • Save and approve
  • Saves and approve the document.
Redirection settings
  • Stay on the current page
  • Stay on the current page or redirect to a custom document if specified.
  • Redirect to the referer document
  • Redirects to the referer document after save.
  • Redirect to the created document
  • Redirects to the newly created document after save.
Custom document to redirect to after save
Optional, a document to redirect to when the document has been saved.
Custom presentation template
Optional, a presentation template to use when user has saved.
Other settings
Disable validation javascript
Disable javascript validation. All validation messages will be printed at the same location where the component is put.
Button name to react on
Optional submit button name to react on. When setting a name in this field, anonymous writer will only react if a submit button with this name is pressed