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From: T. V. Raman <tvraman@almaden.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2001 09:55:53 -0700
Message-ID: <15169.63769.132080.358557@bubbles.almaden.ibm.com>
To: "Roman Huditsch" <r.huditsch@hico.com> (by way of "Masayasu Ishikawa" <mimasa@w3.org>)
Cc: www-forms@w3.org
If what you're trying is to have a specific text box pop up
when the user selects one of the items then you're
essentially right.

Note that by doing this you would have set 
ref ="/notiz/username"
to one of the selected values 
e.e. meier  --at the type the textbox pops up

>>>>> "Roman" == Roman Huditsch <<r.huditsch@hico.com> (by way of "Masayasu Ishikawa" <mimasa@w3.org>)> writes:

    Roman> Could you please tell me which syntax I have to
    Roman> use when I want to show textbox elements in
    Roman> accordance with a selection in a pulldown-menu?
    Roman> Would it look like the following?

    Roman> 	<xform:selectOne id="username" ref
    Roman> ="/notiz/username" selectui="pulldown">
    Roman> <xform:hint>Bitte geben Sie hier einen
    Roman> Benutzernamen an</xform:hint>
    Roman> <xform:caption>Username: </xform:caption>
    Roman> <xform:item value="meier">Meier <toggle
    Roman> switch="switch01" case="case01" /> </xform:item>
    Roman> <xform:item value="mueller">Mueller <toggle
    Roman> switch="switch01" case="case03" /> </xform:item>
    Roman> <xform:item value="huber">Huber <toggle
    Roman> switch="switch01" case="case03" /> </xform:item>
    Roman> </xform:selectOne>

    Roman> 	<xform:switch id="switch01"
    Roman> default="case01"> <xform:case id="case01">
    Roman> <xform:textbox...................>
    Roman> </xform:textbox> </xform:case> <xform:case
    Roman> id="case02"> <xform:textbox...................>
    Roman> </xform:textbox> </xform:case> <xform:case
    Roman> id="case03"> <xform:textbox...................>
    Roman> </xform:textbox> </xform:case> </xform:switch>

    Roman> I know that the example isn't quite meaningfull,
    Roman> but I think that it illustrates my thoughts.

    Roman> Thanks a lot.  Yours, Roman Huditsch

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