How to access to a control connected to a lotus field using javascript

In this post I test how to access via javascript to the following controls connected to a lotus field:

  • Edit Box: a control for entering a single line of data
  • Hidden Input: a control for hiding data to the user

A Hidden Input control is not such as an Edit Box control with “Visible” unchecked (or with property rendered set to False) because an invisible Edit Box control is not rendered in the page, not even in the html code with an attribute type=”hidden”. Continue reading “How to access to a control connected to a lotus field using javascript”

Validation of an Edit Box control in the XPages

In the XPages the “Edit Box” controls have some settings that allow you to perform simple validations.
These settings are under the label “Validation” of the control and depend on the value of “Display Type” under the label “Data”; in the figure you can see a screenshot of the validation of an Edit Box control of type String
validation

The result of the validation if negative can be shown on the page from the controls “Display Error” and “Display Errors”. Continue reading “Validation of an Edit Box control in the XPages”