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Validations for form created with JSTL's x:transform

 
Chetan Pagar
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Hi,

I have created a form using xml and xsl files with JSTL's X:Transform tag.
Now I want to implement validations but don't know how to achieve that through xml ..

xml contains part like
<element key="student-id" name="ID" type="text" value="" minlength="" maxlength="" required=""/>

it's creating label textbox for student and now I want to validate it for required and maxlenght ..

please help.

Thanks in advance.
Chetan Pagar.

 
Paul Clapham
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What do you want those validations to validate? And when exactly do you want that validation to take place?
 
Chetan Pagar
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Hi Paul,

I want to check them as empty or not and after that other validations like isNumeric/character etc.

I want to do this at time of form submission.. once I click on submit button I need to controller should redirect on view page and show the error message.

Thanks and Regards,
Chetan
 
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