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Form Editors

Description

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When entering data in a field in the Netigma forms, the form editors are used depending on the type of data and/or type of entry desired. 

  

Form editors allow the data to be entered in the desired format and data type. Form Editor in the Column Editor is selected from the drop-down list. 

 

For example if a numeric data is to be entered in a field, when the TextBoxFloat editor is used, the control applied by the editor will automatically prevent the non-numeric data from being entered. 

 

 

Form Editor Features

Group Features 

  • Group : Determines how the domain is displayed on the query page.
    • Active : Indicates that the ability to include the field within a group is active.
    • Target Area :  Indicates the region where the field will be displayed on the page.
      • Top : Indicates that the form will be located in the top region.
      • Left : Indicates that the form will be located in the left zone.
      • Right : Indicates that the form will be placed on the right zone.
      • Bottom : Indicates that the form will be in the bottom region.
      • Action : Indicates that there will be an area reserved for links and buttons under the form.


    • Text : it is the title of the grouped area.
    • Image : The icon that will be placed in the grouped area title.
    • Type : Determines how labels and icons are displayed during grouping
      • Text : It shows that only text will be displayed in the grouped area.
      • Image :  It shows that only images will be displayed in the grouped area.
      • Both : It indicates that the icon and the text will be displayed side by side in the grouped area.  

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Control Properties Object 

  • Max Length: Sets the MaxLength property of the related web control. For example, it can be the maximum number of characters that can be entered for TextBox.
  • Read Only : Indicates that the field is read-only.
  • Class Name : Indicates the CSS class name of the field For the Netigma application, there are CSS files defined in the CSS folder under the Application folder (example pathname: ApplicationLoader\CSS). CSS classes are defined in these files. This can be used in CSS definitions when defining form editor properties. Or you can add a custom file under the CSS folder and use it there. 

 

 

 

Validation 

  • Validation
    • Active : Indicates that the validation is active.
    • Can be left blank : Indicates that the field can be left blank.
    • Error Message: It is the message to be given when the field is left empty. This error message is also displayed if other error message fields are not filled in.