Checkbox

Capture a True or False input from a user.



Add a checkbox


Properties

  1. Checked

    The value the user should see when the page loads for the first time. Choose from True, False or populate your checkbox with a bit/boolean value from your data.
  2. Read-only

    Set to True if you want the control to display as read-only (value can't be changed) on the page.
  3. Visible

    Set to False if you don't want this control to render on the page and be visible to the user.

Assigning data to a Checkbox

Example:

To display a checked Checkbox when the value retrieved by a SQL query equals 'True' (or a similar value, like 'Yes'):

  1. Use an appropriate Event, e.g. Load (page) or Click (button) to which a Decision and a SetValue action can be added.
  2. Add an If/Else Decision action to determine the value of the variable.
  3. If the value is 'True', add a SetValue action to assign the 'True' value and the checked state to the CheckBox's Checked property.

Retrieving data from a Checkbox

Properties that can contain data:

  • Checked

Use an action to capture the values from the control. Go here for more details on how to collect data from controls.


Events

  1. Change

    An event that triggers when the checkbox is checked or unchecked.