InputfieldWrapper::populateValues() method

Populate values for all Inputfields in this wrapper from the given $data object or array.

This iterates through every field in this InputfieldWrapper and looks for field names that are also present in the given object or array. If present, it uses them to populate the associated Inputfield.

If given an array, it should be an associative with the field 'name' as the keys and the field 'value' as the array value, i.e. ['field_name' => 'field_value'].

Usage

$array = $inputfieldWrapper->populateValues($data);

Arguments

NameType(s)Description
dataWireData, Wire, ConfigurableModule, array

Return value

array

Returns array of field names that were populated


InputfieldWrapper methods and properties

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