Input Elements are similar to Form Elements, except they do not have a backend data binding (no LoadData and SaveData actions with SQL queries to handle the database serialization).
Used for setting the value of the Input Element. The value is set by assigning a value to the Input Element in the UpdateValue instructions list. To assign a value to an Input Element, you need to address the Input Element by name and set its .Value property.
If you have an Input Element called Input_CustomerName, you can update its value by using the following statement in the UpdateValue actions.Input_CustomerName.Value = "customer name";
The primary use case for this action in the context of an Input Element is to use the AddCssClass(…), RemoveCssClass(…) and ToggleCssClass(…) functions to change its style. You can also change the read-only state of the Input element by calling SetReadOnly(…).
This event is raised when the value of an Input Element changes, either through user interaction or if its value is changed from a UpdateAction.
The step attribute specifies the legal number intervals for an < input > element. The step attribute works with the following input types: number, range, date, datetime, datetime-local, month, time, and week.
- Tab Index
Represents the tab order of the current element.