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dataSrc



Summary

Sets or retrieves the source of the data for data binding.


Applies to  ?

Examples

In this example, a text box is bound to the customer_name field of a data source object with an ID of "customer." Because the text box is located in a data-bound table, it is repeated to display each of the records provided by the data source.

<table datasrc="#customer"> 
   <tr><td><input type="textbox" datafld="customer_name"><td><tr>
</table>

Notes

Remarks

The dataFld property is not available on param objects; use getAttribute('dataFld') instead. Tabular and single-valued data consumers use the dataSrc property to specify a binding. The property takes a string that corresponds to the unique identifier of a data source object (DSO) on the page. The string must be prefixed by a number sign (#). When the dataSrc property is applied to a tabular data consumer, the entire data set is repeated by the consuming elements. When the dataSrc property is applied to a table, any contained single-valued consumer objects that specify a dataFld property are repeated for each record in the supplied data set. To complete the binding, the binding agent interrogates the enclosing table for its data source. A tabular data consumer contained within another tabular data consumer (table) must specify an explicit dataSrc.

Syntax

Compatibility

Desktop

Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari
Basic support ? ? ? ? ?

Mobile

Feature Android BlackBerry Chrome for mobile Firefox Mobile (Gecko) IE Mobile Opera Mobile Opera Mini Safari Mobile
Basic support ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

See also

Related pages (MSDN)

  • a
  • applet
  • button
  • div
  • frame
  • iframe
  • img
  • input type=button
  • input type=checkbox
  • input type=hidden
  • input type=image
  • input type=password
  • input type=radio
  • input type=text
  • label
  • legend
  • marquee
  • object
  • option
  • select
  • span
  • table
  • textArea
  • Introduction to Data Binding

Attribution

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Portions of this content come from the Microsoft Developer Network: [Windows Internet Explorer API reference Article]