Overriding HTML parameters

There are several steps you need to follow in order to dynamically set session properties (the examples shown later in this chapter will help clarify how some of these parameters should be specified):
  1. Enable HTML overrides. By default, the client will ignore HTML overrides. To enable overrides, you will need to include an HTML parameter called EnableHTMLOverrides and set it to a value of true.
  2. List the sessions to be overridden. Because there may be multiple sessions associated with an HTML, you will need to list which ones will be overridden. You will need to include an HTML parameter called TargetedSessionList, having a value of the exact names of the sessions that should accept overrides. The value should be a comma-separated list of session names, such as "Session1Name, Session2Name".
  3. Specify the override itself. For each session property to be overridden, you will need to include an HTML parameter called the property name, with the value being the desired override. The value you specify will then apply to all sessions listed in your TargetedSessionList parameter. If you wish to only override a subset of the sessions in your TargetedSessionList, you can specify a value in the format of "Session1Name=value1, Session2Name=value2", for example.