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Updated on December 13, 2022

Sets the value of a target property from a source property or a literal constant. Supports setting multiple target properties through a single call.




Not applicable.


eventSpecifies the event that sets the property value.DOM event object
listSpecifies the target and the source for the value change.JSON object

JSON objects

isProperty indicates whether the source is a property or a literal constant. The default value of isProperty is false, which means that the source is a constant. You can set up multiple target properties by setting an array.
For example:
 var options = {
            event: eventObject,
            list: [{target: 'targetProp1', source: "SourceProp1/value", isProperty: boolean},
                   {target: 'targetProp2', source: "SourceProp2/value", isProperty: boolean},
                   {target: 'targetPropN', source: "SourcePropN/value", isProperty: boolean}]


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