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declarative validation of indexed properties

Jan Groth
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hi there,

i have a form bean with a list of complex objects, each represents a row in a table, rendering data as well as input-fields.

is there a chance that i declare validation rules for these fields other than



any help appreciated, :-)

many thanks,
jan
[ October 02, 2006: Message edited by: Jan Groth ]
Jan Groth
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bump.

maybe somebody with the same problem confirming me that he / she also did _not_ find a solution?

jan
Merrill Higginson
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Jan,

I've looked at this before also and didn't find any other way than declaring each indexed property separately. When I do client-side validation for indexed properties, I've found it easier just to write the JavaScript code myself.


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Jan Groth
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hello merrill,

thanks for finding the time to write a short answer.

what a pitty, shouldn't be a big technical problem to open a possibitly for that in the xml syntax...

:-(

thanks again,
jan
 
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