Open Patterns Dialog Layout
Tag combo


Custom tag to generate all HTML code necessary to display combo control allowing user to select exactly 1 from the list of elements displayed in the dialog row.

Example:
<dialog:combo name="COMBO_DATA"> <option>Option 1</option> <option>Option 2</option> <option>Option 3</option> </dialog:combo>


Tag Information
Tag Classorg.opensubsystems.patterns.dialoglayout.www.ComboControlTag
TagExtraInfo ClassNone
Body ContentJSP
Display NameNone

Attributes
NameRequiredRequest-timeTypeDescription
idfalsetruejava.lang.StringId of the select control to construct. This has to be the same id as is the id of the label and the context help associated with this control. The easiest way is to do not specify the id for individual elements of the dialog row and instead specify id of the dialog row or a column of a dialog row that contains these elements.
cssclassfalsetruejava.lang.StringCSS class for the select control generated by this tag. This is different than the selectcssclass, which sets the style of the input control itself. This value sets the style of the block element containing the input control.
typefalsetruejava.lang.StringType of the block element to generate for this label. The available options are "div" or "span".
namefalsetruejava.lang.StringName of the parameter used to identify submitted data.
selectcssclassfalsetruejava.lang.StringClass for the input control representing this select control. This is different than the cssclass which sets the style of the block element containing the control itself.
disabledfalsetruejava.lang.StringFlag specifying if this input control is initially disabled therefore preventing user to enter or modify value it contains.
focusfalsetruejava.lang.StringDoes this control have focus when it is displayed on the page or not. Only one control on a page or tab can be marked as focus at a time. If multiple controls are marked this way, then the first one on the page or tab will get the focus. If this control have focus when it is displayed on the page this value should be true or 1.
onchangefalsetruejava.lang.StringJavaScript code to execute when the selected element changes.

Variables
No Variables Defined.


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