Configuration options for constructing a button within a notification.
Indicates that this button will be visually displayed as a 'Call to Action' button. In this case a Call To Action means the button is made more prominent. We recommend you use this for true calls to action. For example, if you have a notification which contains a report, it might have an 'OK' button which takes you to the report, and a 'Dismiss' button which simply closes the notification. We suggest you make only the 'OK' button a CTA here.'
If set as
undefined, the default simple text button will be used instead.
Optional icon URL, if an icon should be placed on the button.
Icons are placed to the left of the button text.
Defines the data to be passed back to the application when the button is clicked.
The NotificationActionResult specified here will be returned to the application via a
notification-action event when the button is clicked.
If omitted or
null, applications will not receive a
event when the button is clicked. This may be appropriate if the button represents a "dismiss" or some other
side-effect-free interaction. Even if
onClick is omitted or
notification-closed event will still be
raised after the button click.
Indicates that this button should submit a form. If a form is invalid, based on your validation rules provided, the button will be disabled until the users input within the form is valid.
User-facing button text.
The button caption should be kept short, particularly if there are multiple buttons. Notifications are fixed-width, and all buttons will be displayed on the same row.
The type of the control. Optional, added automatically if
NotificationOptions.buttons includes the
property and therefore generates a
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