I've spent hours going in circles, trying different approaches and I'm just totally stuck. I've created an adaptive form in AEM for forms. I have a hidden text field with a text string value, and I am trying to script a button to select and copy the contents of that text field, when clicked. Then I'd like a message to pop up, confirming the text was copied.
Here's the method I found on W3schools:
var copyText = document.getElementById("textFieldIWantToCopy");
alert("Copied the text: " + copyText.value);
Does anyone know how to make this work? Thanks so much for your help!
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@JLNdev Works for me
Put this on button click:
In Adaptive form go to code editor and place the script. Make sure to replace "guideContainer-rootPanel-basics-basics1-guidetextbox___widget" with correct id for the text field
Mate, I had this exact problem and the same experience of going around in circles for hours. I'm still an old-school LC Designer developer and I'm eager to get the code right. Your code helped me and I'll share mine in an effort to iterate towards a final acceptable method..
var copyText = document.querySelector("#input");
copyText.select( vForm.oPage.sfpControlPanel.txtVersion.rawValue );
My efforts were substantially incomplete, but it was the first time I sought a solution outside W3schools or the XFA Scripting Reference materials so I thought I'd include it in case you can gather more breadcrumbs in search of a working solution..