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You use a context filter to specify the design categories to be analyzed, for example Forms or Shared Actions. You cannot use context filters to specify particular elements within a category; all elements within the category will be processed.

The following table defines the syntax to use for each category when you define the context filter parameter in a script call. For example, to analyze only the Forms, Subforms and Folders in a database, you would enter "-fm-sf-fl". The string is not case-sensitive.

CategorySyntax
Agent-ag
Applet-ap
Component-co
Composite Application-ca
Custom Control-cc
Data Connection-dc
Database Icon-ic
Database properties-*
Database script-ds
DB2 Data Access Views-dv
File Resource-fi
Folder-fl
Form-fm
Frameset-fr
Help About-ha
Help Using-hu
Image-im
Navigator-na
Outline-ou
Page-pa
Profile Documents-pr
Replication Formula-rf
Script Library-sl
Shared Action-ac
Shared Column-sc
Shared Field-sh
Style Sheet-ss
Subform-sf
Theme-th
V3 Macro-v3
View-vi
Webservice Consumer-wc
Webservice Provider-ws
Wiring Properties-wp
XPage-xp
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