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Attention Fields are designed to handle error-displays or
other messages. They are important to define for any
screen that will not "advance" to the next screen in a
sequence, whenever text is displayed in the attention area
on the screen.
The attributes for the Attention field enable a variety of
actions to be performed in an HTML environment, including a
Pop-up (Alert), as well as positioning error text under a
specific, named field, or the field that has focus.
As a general rule, you should define an Attention field
wherever a message displays on the screen that prevents
navigation to the next screen in a sequence.