Displays a regular text entry box.
Common properties for this display component are:
autocomplete– Specifies whether browsers should offer to store the user’s credentials on their computer. By default, this property is set to off, which prevents browers from storing this information. See SystemConfiguration Object in Sun Identity Manager Deployment Guide for information about enabling this feature on the Identity Manager login pages.
size– Specifies the number of characters that are visible in the text entry box. The box size is recalculated depending upon the length of the text in the box.
notrim– Specifies whether text posted from the HTML form is trimmed. Set to true to not trim white space. To preserve white space, set this option.
noTranslate– When set to true, causes values that are message keys to be display as-is, rather than substituted. (Default is false.)
maxLength– Specifies the maximum length of the string that can be edited in the text box.
multiValued– Displays text boxes with Add and Remove buttons to add and remove values, when set to true.
secret– Displays ***** (asterisks) in the place of entered text. This option is most often used in password fields.
readOnly– Displays read-only text. This text cannot be edited by the user. You might use this property if, for example, you want to display resource attribute information that an administrator needs to view when creating or editing user accounts.
submitOnEnter– When this property is set and the Text field has focus, then when the user presses the Enter key, the form is submitted using the command that is specified in the property value. In the following example, the form is submitted exactly as though the user has clicked Save.
<Field name=’variables.identityID’> <Display class=’Text’> <Property name=’required’> <Boolean>true</Boolean> </Property> <Property name=’title’ value=’Identity ID’/> <Property name=’size’ value=’32’/> <Property name=’maxLength’ value=’128’/> <Property name=’submitOnEnter’ value=’Save’/> </Display> </Field>