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Event Summary
  onAction
The method that is executed when the component is clicked.
Boolean onDataChange
Method that is executed when the data in the component is successfully changed.
  onFocusGained
The method that is executed when the component gains focus.
  onFocusLost
The method that is executed when the component looses focus.
  onRender
The method that is executed when the component is rendered.
  onRightClick
The method that is executed when the component is right clicked.



Property Summary
Number anchors
Enables a component to stick to a specific side of form and/or to
grow or shrink when a window is resized.
String background
The background color of the component.
String borderType
The type, color and style of border of the component.
String dataProvider
The dataprovider of the component.
Object designTimeProperties
Property to get and add design-time properties for a component.
Number displayType
The type of display used by the field.
Boolean displaysTags
Flag that enables or disables merging of data inside components using tags (placeholders).
Boolean editable
Flag that tells if the content of the field can be edited or not.
Boolean enabled
The enable state of the component, default true.
String fontType
The font type of the component.
String foreground
The foreground color of the component.
Number formIndex
String format
The format that should be applied when displaying the data in the component.
Number horizontalAlignment
Horizontal alignment of the text inside the component.
String location
The x and y position of the component, in pixels, separated by a comma.
String margin
The margins of the component.
String name
The name of the component.
String placeholderText
The text that is displayed in field when the field doesn't have a text value.
Number printSliding
Enables an element to resize based on its content and/or move when printing.
Boolean printable
Flag that tells if the component should be printed or not when the form is printed.
Number scrollbars
Scrollbar options for the vertical and horizontal scrollbars.
Boolean selectOnEnter
Flag that tells if the content of the field should be automatically selected
when the field receives focus.
String size
The width and height (in pixels), separated by a comma.
String styleClass
The name of the style class that should be applied to this component.
Number tabSeq
An index that specifies the position of the component in the tab sequence.
String titleText
Header text to component
String toolTipText
The text displayed when hovering over the component with a mouse cursor.
Boolean transparent
Flag that tells if the component is transparent or not.
Number valuelist
The valuelist that is used by this field when displaying data.
Boolean visible
The visible property of the component, default true.



Event Details

onAction

The method that is executed when the component is clicked.
 

onDataChange

Method that is executed when the data in the component is successfully changed.

Parameters

oldValue - old value
newValue - new value
{JSEvent} event - the event that triggered the action

Returns

 

onFocusGained

The method that is executed when the component gains focus.
NOTE: Do not call methods that will influence the focus itself.

Parameters

{JSEvent} event - the event that triggered the action
 

onFocusLost

The method that is executed when the component looses focus.

Parameters

{JSEvent} event - the event that triggered the action
 

onRender

The method that is executed when the component is rendered.
 

onRightClick

The method that is executed when the component is right clicked.
 



Property Details

anchors

Enables a component to stick to a specific side of form and/or to
grow or shrink when a window is resized.

If opposite anchors are activated then the component with grow or
shrink with the window. For example if Top and Bottom are activated,
then the component will grow/shrink when the window is vertically
resized. If Left and Right are activated then the component
will grow/shrink when the window is horizontally resized.

If opposite anchors are not activated, then the component will
keep a constant distance from the sides of the window which
correspond to the activated anchors.

Returns

 

background

The background color of the component.

Returns

 

borderType

The type, color and style of border of the component.

Returns

 

dataProvider

The dataprovider of the component.

Returns

 

designTimeProperties

Property to get and add design-time properties for a component.

Returns

Object - map of the design-time properties
 

displayType

The type of display used by the field. Can be one of CALENDAR, CHECKS,
COMBOBOX, HTML_AREA, IMAGE_MEDIA, PASSWORD, RADIOS, RTF_AREA, TEXT_AREA,
TEXT_FIELD, TYPE_AHEAD, LIST_BOX, MULTISELECT_LISTBOX or SPINNER.

Returns

 

displaysTags

Flag that enables or disables merging of data inside components using tags (placeholders).
Tags (or placeholders) are words surrounded by %%on each side. There are data tags and
standard tags. Data tags consist in names of dataproviders surrounded by%%. Standard tags
are a set of predefined tags that are made available by the system.

See the "Merging data" section for more details about tags.

The default value of this flag is "false", that is merging of data is disabled by default.

Returns

 

editable

Flag that tells if the content of the field can be edited or not.
The default value of this flag is "true", that is the content can be edited.

Returns

 

enabled

The enable state of the component, default true.

Returns

Boolean - enabled state
 

fontType

The font type of the component.

Returns

 

foreground

The foreground color of the component.

Returns

 

formIndex

Returns

 

format

The format that should be applied when displaying the data in the component.
There are different options for the different dataprovider types that are assigned to this field.
For Integer fields, there is a display and an edit format, using http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/text/DecimalFormat.html and the max (string) length can be set.
For Text/String fields, there are options to force uppercase,lowercase or only numbers. Or a mask can be set that restrict the input the pattern chars can be found here: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/javax/swing/text/MaskFormatter.html
A mask can have a placehoder (what is shown when there is no data) and if the data must be stored raw (without literals of the mask). A max text length can also be set to force
the max text length input, this doesn't work on mask because that max length is controlled with the mask.
For Date fields a display and edit format can be set by using a pattern from here: http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/java/text/SimpleDateFormat.html, you can also say this must behave like a mask (the edit format)
A mask only works with when the edit format is exactly that mask (1 char is 1 number/char), because for example MM then only 2 numbers are allowed MMM that displays the month as a string is not supported as a mask.
Some examples are "dd-MM-yyyy", "MM-dd-yyyy", etc.
The format property is also used to set the UI Converter, this means that you can convert the value object to something else before it gets set into the field, this can also result in a type change of the data.
So a string in scripting/db is converted to a integer in the ui, then you have to set an integer format.
This property is applicable only for types: TEXT_FIELD, COMBOBOX, TYPE_AHEAD, CALENDAR and SPINNER.

Returns

 

horizontalAlignment

Horizontal alignment of the text inside the component. Can be one of
LEFT, CENTER or RIGHT.

Note that this property does not refer to the horizontal alignment
of the component inside the form.

Returns

 

location

The x and y position of the component, in pixels, separated by a comma.

Returns

 

margin

The margins of the component. They are specified in this order,
separated by commas: top, left, bottom, right.

Returns

 

name

The name of the component. Through this name it can also accessed in methods.

Returns

 

placeholderText

The text that is displayed in field when the field doesn't have a text value.

Returns

 

printSliding

Enables an element to resize based on its content and/or move when printing.
The component can move horizontally or vertically and can grow or shrink in
height and width, based on its content and the content of neighboring
components.

Returns

 

printable

Flag that tells if the component should be printed or not when the form is printed.

By default components are printable.

Returns

 

scrollbars

Scrollbar options for the vertical and horizontal scrollbars. Each of the
vertical and horizontal scrollbars can be configured to display all the time,
to display only when needed or to never display.

Returns

 

selectOnEnter

Flag that tells if the content of the field should be automatically selected
when the field receives focus. The default value of this field is "false".

Returns

 

size

The width and height (in pixels), separated by a comma.

Returns

 

styleClass

The name of the style class that should be applied to this component.

When defining style classes for specific component types, their names
must be prefixed according to the type of the component. For example
in order to define a class names 'fancy' for fields, in the style
definition the class must be named 'field.fancy'. If it would be
intended for labels, then it would be named 'label.fancy'. When specifying
the class name for a component, the prefix is dropped however. Thus the
field or the label will have its styleClass property set to 'fancy' only.

Returns

 

tabSeq

An index that specifies the position of the component in the tab sequence. The components
are put into the tab sequence in increasing order of this property. A value of 0 means
to use the default mechanism of building the tab sequence (based on their location on the form).
A value of -2 means to remove the component from the tab sequence.

Returns

 

titleText

Header text to component

Returns

 

toolTipText

The text displayed when hovering over the component with a mouse cursor.

NOTE:
HTML should be used for multi-line tooltips; you can also use any
valid HTML tags to format tooltip text. For example:
<html>This includes<b>bolded text</b> and
<font color='blue'>BLUE</font> text as well.</html>

Returns

 

transparent

Flag that tells if the component is transparent or not.

The default value is "false", that is the components
are not transparent.

Returns

 

valuelist

The valuelist that is used by this field when displaying data. Can be used
with fields of type CHECKS, COMBOBOX, RADIOS and TYPE_AHEAD.

Returns

 

visible

The visible property of the component, default true.

Returns

Boolean - visible property
 



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