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setEnabled

Sets a value specifying whether the control is enabled. True to enable the control; false to disable it. Disabled input elements in a form will not be submitted.

 

Signature:

function setEnabled([true|false])

 

The examples below show how this method can be used in the OnInsertFormEditorValueChanged and OnEditFormEditorValueChanged event handlers.

 

Example 1:

The code below allows you to select a college only for players from U.S. (see this in action). See how it looks on the webpage at the screen below.

 

console.log(sender);

if (sender.getFieldName() == 'country_id')

{

  console.log(sender.getValue());

  editors['college_id'].enabled(sender.getValue() == 1);

  if (sender.getValue() != 1) { 

     editors['college_id'].setValue(null);

     $('#college_id_edit').next().show();

  }

  else

     $('#college_id_edit').next().hide();

 

 

Example 2:

Another example from the insert and edit forms of the Players page (see this in action). This piece of code allows you to select player number only if a player's team is already selected (in other words, players who do not belong to a team cannot have numbers).

 

if (sender.getFieldName() == 'current_team_id')

{

  if (sender.getValue() == '')

  {

    editors['current_number'].setValue('');

    editors['current_number'].enabled(false);  

    $('#current_number_edit').next().show();      

  }

  else

  {

    editors['current_number'].enabled(true);  

    $('#current_number_edit').next().hide();      

  }

}

 

 

See also: getEnabled



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