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JavaScript interaction with Fields

Chris Erlich
1 decade ago Dec 01, 2011 10:52pm

Hello,

first of all my apologies if this is the wrong forum. I thought “general help” fits best. If not, please feel free to move my post to a more appropriate one.
Here’s my problem:

I have a basic form with the following fields:

• First-Name
• Last-Name
• User-Name
• Passwort
• Type (e.g.: Admin, Master, User, Guest |more types can be added by the user)
• Date-of-Birth
• Telephone-Number

Since the user can add/change the “Type” I cannot hard-code rules. Therefore I want the user to be able to add Javascript to define his/her own rules. In this case the script should run every time ”Type” is changed.

For example something like this:

var a = form.getValue(Type);
if (a  ==Admin) {
   form.setMandatory(Telephone-Number, true);
   form.setMandatory(Date-of-Birth, true);
} else {
  Form.setVisibility(Telephone-Number, false);
}

Has anyone done something like this? Any suggestions where to start? Should I try to write my own libraries? Or should I use jQuery or something similar?

Any help is appreciated and thank you in advance,
Chris

Last updated on Dec, 22nd 2011
Tomi Virkki
1 decade ago Dec 12, 2011 8:35am
Chris Erlich
1 decade ago Dec 22, 2011 10:36pm