The Options tab for HTML files provides some settings that apply to exported HTML files.
To define the extended options for HTML export files:
|1.||Activate the Include comments check box to include a comment in the HTML code of the exported HTML file that shows the SQL query used to select the data, as well as a list containing one item for each column header in the database table.|
|2.||If the HTML table generated is to include the database column names, activate the Include column headers check box.|
|3.||Select from the Substitution for NULL-values drop-down list or type in the string that should appear in the exported HTML file when there is a NULL value in the data being exported. You can also type in a value that is not contained in the drop-down list.|
|4.||Select the desired encoding for the files that are generated during export from the Encoding drop-down list.|
|5.||If a two- or four-byte encoding is selected as the default encoding (i.e., UTF-16, UCS-2, or UCS-4), you can choose between little-endian and big-endian byte ordering.|
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