Server behaviors extension
Server behavior instance
When Dreamweaver adds code blocks to a user document, the inserted code constitutes an instance of the server behavior. The user can apply most server behaviors more than once, which results in multiple server behavior instances. Each server behavior instance is listed in the Server Behaviors panel of the Dreamweaver interface.
Runtime code is the set of code blocks that are added to a document when a server behavior is applied. These code blocks usually include some server-side code, such as ASP script that is enclosed in <% ... %> tags.
Your server behaviors extension inserts code blocks into the user document. A code block is a single, continuous block of script. For example, a server-side tag, an HTML tag, or an attribute that adds server-side functionality to a web page. An EDML file defines each code block as a participant. All the participants for a given server behavior make up one participant group.
For information about participants, participant groups, and how Dreamweaver EDML files are structured, see Extension Data Markup Language .