%CSP.Portal.standardDialogabstract class %CSP.Portal.standardDialog
Base class for Management Portal dialogs.
This is a Zen Page class.
If true, then this dialog displays an Apply button.
Comma-separated list of additional CSS3 include files for the page. If this is defined *and* this page is using CSS3, then the CSSINCLUDES parameter is ignored. If this is not defined *and* this page is using CSS3, then the CSSINCLUDES parameter is used.
Comma-separated list of additional CSS include files for the page. If this page is using CSS3 then the CSS3INCLUDES parameter is used (if defined).
Keeps track of the first form field that failed during validation.
Set to 1 in %OnAfterCreatePage if a URI parameter is invalid. Used to disable command buttons in onloadHandler().
1 if we are on an EMS manager and viewing group data or on a managed instance, 0 otherwise.
Provide HTML for html title box.
Default implementation displays the standard Zen title bar.
Be sure to do ##super() when overriding.
Return tmsg. 1 means success. Otherwise error message in HTML.
This client event, if present, is fired when the page is loaded.
Clear message from idRespond html (usually placed above the editing portion of the page, but could be anywhere).
Display message in idRespond html (usually placed above the editing portion of the page, but could be anywhere). isErr: if 1 is passed in then the color will be changed to red; If 0 is passed in then the color is changed to #4D3926; If nothing is passed in, then the color is unchanged. This allows developers to set their own style/class and still be able to use showMsg.
Validate the control value. pass is either "true" or "false" indicating if there is already a field that failed validation. Type is "N" for numeric or "S" for string. If numeric, if checkRange is true, we additionally validate that the number is between minVal and maxVal, inclusive.