|Is Visible||By default, this check box is selected to make this property active. It makes the element visible to the end-user on the application.|
|Is Enable||By default, this property is also selected, which makes it active. This property allows the end-user to perform the function on the element.|
|Is Read Only||If you click this check box, the user can only view the element. The user cannot perform the function on the element.|
|Is Parent||When you click this check box, you can establish the parent and child relationship between the current element and another element.|
After you click the Is Parent check box, you need to add the parent element by using the hundred percent component’s width. When a user performs the function on the parent element, the application resizes the parent element’s shape by using the fifty percent component’s area and then displays the child element in the fifty percent component’s area.
|Run as Invalid||When the Run as Invalid check box is selected, the application triggers an event when it validates or invalidates the element’s value.|
|Disable Input Field||When you click this check box, the user cannot enter the date in the input field element.|
|Default Value||See the description in the “Text (FV)” element.|
|Custom Label||See the description in the “Text (FV)” element.|
|Placeholder||In this field, enter a placeholder text. You can use the placeholder text to provide a hint to the user. The hint helps the user perform the function on the element.|
|Required||Click this check box when you want to configure the validation message. The application will display the validation message after the user performs the wrong function on the element.|
|Max Date||In this field, enter the maximum future date that the user can select from the current date. To define the maximum date, you can use the SETDATE(“getVal(‘timepath’)”) method that fetches the Max Date property’s value from the element’s data source.|
|Min Date||In this field, enter the maximum past date that the user can select from the current date. To define the minimum date, you can use the SETDATE(“getVal(‘timepath’)”) method that fetches the Min Date property’s value from the element’s data source.|
|Validation Message||Click this field and then select a message ID. The selected message ID is mapped to a validation message that you create and configure in the message master module.|
You can bind the validation message to the following properties:
–> Max Date
–> Min Date
If the user’s action does not satisfy the configuration defined in the above properties, the application raises an error and then displays the mapped validation message.
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