The OTP Control is an Advanced control that facilitates the process of accepting One-Time Passwords (OTPs) in a form. It allows users to enter the OTP, and the control captures and returns the OTP value, which can then be utilized for additional authentication purposes.
Binding Data Options
The OTP (One-Time Password) control is designed to accept only numeric input. It allows users to enter a unique code sent to their mobile device or email for authentication purposes.
Static Data Option
Since the OTP control accepts only numeric input, you can bind static data in the form of numeric values. For example:
OTP Value: 1234
In this example, the OTP control is bound to the static value
1234. Users would need to enter "1234" as their OTP for authentication.
The OTP control is commonly used in two-factor authentication (2FA) and password recovery processes, where users receive a time-sensitive numeric code that they must enter to verify their identity.
|Allows you to choose the color for the underline of the digits in the OTP.
|Helps you customize the font style for the OTP digits. You can adjust the text size, weight, alignment, and color according to your preference.
|Specifies the number of digits to be provided for the OTP. It can be either four or six digits long.
The outputs from the OTP control, represented by the placeholder
|Represents the numeric value available in the OTP control.
|Triggers when you change the value in the OTP control. Initiates subsequent actions with the same flow as used for action buttons, list controls, etc.
|Triggers when focus moves to another control, initiating the action flow.
|Triggers when the Enter key is pressed after inputting data in the OTP control.