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I have a Servlet and JavaBean working with my formPage.jsp where the jsp has input values and they are validated using JavaBean and Servlet. It works where it also gives a message of how many validations are needed and gives field validation message next to each field that has a validation issue.

Now I want to make it more efficient because I seem to be double coding where I am doing validation in both my Servlet and Bean. For example this condition is repeated in both Bean and Servlet:


Here is my Bean condense to show just one out of my 10 fields:


Servlet Controller condense to show 1 out of the 10 fields:

JSP:


I am using Scriptlet because my environment will not allow EL or JSTL or Struts. We are using Tomcat 4.1.27.
[ August 07, 2007: Message edited by: Dan Parsons ]
 
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One thought..

Remove the validation from your servlet and have the bean return a list of errors after all the fields have been populated.
 
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