InputElement

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<InputElement> element associates a named control with an <input/> HTML element if the element has one of the following type=attribute values: check box, radio, text, password, submit, reset, hidden, image, or file. This topic describes the elements of <IntputElement>.

The following code snippet shows how <InputElement> is used:

<InputElement name="control name" type="type">
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</InputElement>

The following table describes the elements of the <InputElement> tag.

 

Element Description

FindControl

Returns True if the control can be found on the user interface (UI), otherwise False

GetControlValue

Returns True or False (string-valued) when type="checkbox" or type="radio". Returns the value of the element for all other types.

SetControlValue

Sets to True or False when type="checkbox" or type="radio". Sets the value of the element when type="text" or type="password" or type="hidden". Throws an UnsupportedControlOperation exception for all other types.

ExecuteControlAction

Inverts an existing True or False state when type="checkbox". Sets state to True when type="radio". Returns UnsupportedControlOperation when type="text" or type="password" or type="hidden". Issues a Click() for all other types.

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