Conditional fields

You can hide or display fields depending on the value of a related property.

You do this by using the ConditionalVisibilityAttribute in the following way:

This sample adds a rule that displays field MyProperty, only if the Title property is equals to My custom title.

The ConditionalVisibilityAttribute takes a parameter that is defined in the following JSON:

In the sample above, you can define the following:

  • RuleOperator
    It supports two values - AND and OR that are applied for the conditions.
  • skipValidation
    It skips the validation on the client and server-side for that property.
  • RuleCondition
    Is an array of complex objects holding the way that the field bases its show/hide logic

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