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How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

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  • How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

    I created a Static Text in Alpha and asigned the value below
    <div class="stripe-form">
    <label>
    <span>Card number<font color="#eb0f0f">*</font></span>
    <div id="card-number" class="txt-field"></div>
    </label>
    <label>
    <span>Expiration - MM/YY<font color="#eb0f0f">*</font></span>
    <div id="card-exp" class="txt-field"></div>
    </label>
    <label>
    <span>CVC<font color="#eb0f0f">*</font></span>
    <div id="card-cvc" class="txt-field"></div>
    </label>
    </div>

    The code above produces a nice looking fields to accept credit card no, expiration and cvc.

    How do I reset the Values of this to blank if I click cancel? The regular Alpha Code {dialog.object}.resetForm(); doesnt do anything because the values in it are not from a textbox, its html code inside a static text in

    Thanks!

  • #2
    Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

    Have you tried
    $('{dialog.componentName.V.R1.CARD_NUMBER').innerHTML='';

    (or something close to that)?
    Use the Chrome debugger to test it in the console.

    Jay
    Jay Talbott
    Lexington, KY

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    • #3
      Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

      Try what Jay said or even document.getElementById('DLG1.V.R1.ExampleID').innerHTML = '';

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      • #4
        Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

        Originally posted by Jay Talbott View Post
        Have you tried
        $('{dialog.componentName.V.R1.CARD_NUMBER').innerHTML='';

        (or something close to that)?
        Use the Chrome debugger to test it in the console.

        Jay
        Sorry, I left out a } in the line above.
        It should read:

        $('{dialog.componentName}.V.R1.CARD_NUMBER').innerHTML='';

        Sorry for any confusion.

        The DLG1 may work, as mshoemate suggests, but I believe that using the place holder {dialog.componentName} is more comprehensive.

        The Chrome developers tools will tell you the specific component name.

        Jay
        Jay Talbott
        Lexington, KY

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        • #5
          Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

          May I kindly request if you can copy the alpha Control below and create a new ux component and select Menu and select paste controls from the clipboard. It will show the UI with 3 input text
          Can't clear the text with this code, I replace the parameter based on my component name
          $('{dialog.componentName}.V.R1.CARD_NUMBER').innerHTML='';

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          • #6
            Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

            DIM page_fields[1] as P
            with page_fields[1]
            .display = "{B=White,Light Blue}{I:'vertline'}{I:'vertline'}{I:'vertline'}{Data=07033baa_0635_4fbe_95bc_a4df878df8b4}{I:'$$format.text'} [Static Text:<style> .stripe-form { font: 16px Arial...]
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            • #7
              Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

              I originally assumed that you were using Alpha controls for this component. I see you are not, you are using an html form.
              So if you look at the images here, you can see that
              $('card-number').innerHTML
              is sufficient to define the control. You can clear the control with:
              $('card-number').innerHTML='';
              Why aren't you using Alpha's text controls?
              I think you are making extra work for yourself.
              addText.pngclearText.png

              Jay
              Jay Talbott
              Lexington, KY

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              • #8
                Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

                And just for yucks, I added an Alpha control to your form, and here is where you would need the:
                $('{dialog.componentName}.V.R1.CARD_NUMBER').value='';
                (note it is value with an Alpha control, not innerHTML)

                alphaControl.png

                For what it is worth.
                Jay
                Jay Talbott
                Lexington, KY

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                • #9
                  Re: How to reset the value of a Stripe Form

                  Thanks Jay, I will try it right away. The reason why i used something like this because of a stripe scenario to customize the input controls for stripe details.

                  Edit:
                  Awesome! It works! Thanks Jay once again!
                  Last edited by doorscomputers; 02-11-2020, 10:03 AM.

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