Apart from the following properties in the “Text Area” element, see the properties’ description in the “Email” element for other “Text Area” element related properties.
|Is Resizable||When you click this check box, the user can resize the text area on the application page.|
|Rows||In this field, enter a numeric value (for example:-7) that specifies the number of rows that the text area can have when a user enters the characters in it.|
|Required||Click this check box when you want to configure the validation message. The application will display the validation message after the user enters the wrong value in the element.|
|Regex||In this field, you can define a complex condition. When the user enters the value in the element, the application checks the value against the regex based condition. If the element’s value fails to satisfy the regex based condition, the application displays the error.|
|Max Length||In this field, enter a numeric value that specifies the maximum number of characters that the user can enter in the element. If the number of characters in the element exceeds the permissible number of characters, the application raises an error.|
|Min Length||In this field, enter a numeric value that specifies the minimum number of characters that the user can enter in the element. If the character length in the element is less than the permissible character length, the application raises an error.|
|Validation Message||Click this field and then select an ID. The selected ID is mapped to the validation message that you create and configure in the message master module. You can apply the validation message to the following properties:|
2. Max Length
3. Min Length
The application checks and validates the element’s value against the configuration of these properties. If the application fails to validate the element’s value, it raises an error and displays the validation message.
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