Element: <oj-option>

Oracle® JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET)
5.0.0

E90577-01

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JET Custom Elements

JET components are implemented as custom HTML elements. In addition to the component attributes documented in this page, JET components also support standard HTML global attributes like id and aria-label.

The JET data binding syntax can be used to define both component and global attributes through the use of dynamically evaluated expressions. All attributes (component and global) support attribute-level binding by prefixing the attribute name with ":" (e.g. :id="[...]"). When using attribute-level binding, all expression values are treated as strings. Additionally, component attributes support property-level binding by using the attribute name directly with no ":" prefix. When using property-level binding, the expressions should evaluate to the types documented by the corresponding attributes. Property-level binding is strongly recommended over attribute-level binding for component attributes.

A detailed description of working with custom HTML elements can be found in: JET Custom Element Usage.


PREVIEW: This is a preview API. Preview APIs are production quality, but can be changed on a major version without a deprecation path.

Version:
  • 5.0.0
Since:
  • 4.0.0
Module:
  • ojoption

JET Option

The oj-option element is used to declare values for JET elements that display list of values. It's supported by the following elements:

  • oj-buttonset-one
  • oj-buttonset-many
  • oj-checkboxset
  • oj-combobox-one
  • oj-combobox-many
  • oj-menu
  • oj-radioset
  • oj-select-one
  • oj-select-many

For example:


<oj-select-one>
  <oj-option value="option 1">option 1</oj-option>
  <oj-option value="option 2">option 2</oj-option>
  <oj-option value="option 3">option 3</oj-option>
  <oj-option value="option 4">option 4</oj-option>
</oj-select-one> 

Note: Application logic should not interact with the component's properties or invoke its methods until the BusyContext indicates that the component is ready for interaction.

Slots

JET elements can have up to two types of child content:

  • Any child element with a slot attribute will be moved into that named slot, e.g. <span slot='startIcon'>...</span>. All supported named slots are documented below. Child elements with unsupported named slots will be removed from the DOM.
  • Any child element lacking a slot attribute will be moved to the default slot, also known as a regular child. This is documented under the "Default" heading below.

Default

Child content for oj-option. This is normally the text node that displays for oj-option.

Example

Initialize the oj-option with child content specified:

<oj-option>
  Option label
</oj-option>

endIcon

Named slot for the oj-option's end icon.

Example

Initialize the oj-option with the endIcon slot specified:

<oj-option>
  <span slot='endIcon'><img src='end.png' alt='End'></span>
</oj-option>

startIcon

Named slot for the oj-option's start icon.

Example

Initialize the oj-option with the startIcon slot specified:

<oj-option>
  <span slot='startIcon'><img src='start.png' alt='Start'></span>
</oj-option>

Attributes

disabled :boolean

Disables the oj-option if set to true.

Default Value:
  • false
Names
Item Name
Property disabled
Property change event disabledChanged
Property change listener attribute (must be of type function) on-disabled-changed
Examples

Initialize the oj-option with the disabled attribute specified:

<oj-option disabled="[[isDisabled]]" value="option1">Option1</oj-option>

Get or set the disabled property after initialization:

// getter
var disabledValue = myOption.disabled;

// setter
myOption.disabled = true;

value :*

Specifies the oj-option's value. The value is associated with the oj-option element whose display value may be different.

Names
Item Name
Property value
Property change event valueChanged
Property change listener attribute (must be of type function) on-value-changed
Examples

Initialize the oj-option with the value attribute specified:

<oj-option value="option1">Option1</oj-option>

Get or set the value property after initialization:

// getter
var optionValue = myOption.value;

// setter
myOption.value = 'option1';

Methods

getProperty(property) → {*}

Retrieves a value for a property or a single subproperty for complex properties.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
property string The property name to get. Supports dot notation for subproperty access.
Returns:
Type
*
Example

Get a single subproperty of a complex property:

var subpropValue = myComponent.getProperty('complexProperty.subProperty1.subProperty2');

refresh() → {void}

Refreshes the visual state of the component.
Returns:
Type
void

setProperties(properties) → {void}

Performs a batch set of properties.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
properties Object An object containing the property and value pairs to set.
Returns:
Type
void
Example

Set a batch of properties:

myComponent.setProperties({"prop1": "value1", "prop2.subprop": "value2", "prop3": "value3"});

setProperty(property, value) → {void}

Sets a property or a single subproperty for complex properties and notifies the component of the change, triggering a [property]Changed event.
Parameters:
Name Type Description
property string The property name to set. Supports dot notation for subproperty access.
value * The new value to set the property to.
Returns:
Type
void
Example

Set a single subproperty of a complex property:

myComponent.setProperty('complexProperty.subProperty1.subProperty2', "someValue");