|Re: Browser doesn't store text field input [message #524568 is a reply to message #524529]
||Thu, 01 April 2010 12:50
|| Ralf Sternberg
Registered: July 2009
I'm not sure which DOM criteria those browser password stores are based
on, i.e how do they identify username and password fields to store. I
guess they look for name attributes in HTML input elements, maybe also
for an HTML form that contains these input fields. You can test this
with simple HTML snippets.
RAP's Text widget uses input elements on the client, but does not add a
name parameter, and there are no forms. You would need to find to a way
to add these DOM elements or attributes. I can't offer a ready-to-use
solution, you will probably need to hack some existing code.
Best regars, Ralf
> RAP rocks, but how can this be accomplished? No browser stores the login
> input from a user of my RAP-app. Did I oversee something?
> For example: I tried the widget ID generator to get stable IDs. But it
> didn't work.
> Tanks a lot,
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