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Validation for 2 Array Values

Karn Kumar
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Joined: Aug 06, 2009
Posts: 145

Hi All ,

I have requirement where i have multiple Low Limit and High Limit and input fields where structure can be like below

Low Limit ----> Hight Limit

LowLimitval1 ----> HighLimitVal1
LowLimitval2 ----> HighLimitVal2
LowLimitval3 ----> HighLimitVal3

These values (Low Limit & Hight Limit ) i am getting in 2 arrays , one for low limit and other for high limit .

The Validation i need to put is like below
Low Limit and High Limit denotes range .
So the for example :
1)
LL HL
0 0 ----> possible
1 2 ---->possible

2)
LL HL
0 0 ----> possible
0 2 ---->Not possible as LL limit shold start wid new value

3)
LL HL
0 2 ----> possible
3 1 ---->Not possible as HL cant be less than LL


4)
LL HL
0 3 ----> possible
2 4 ---->Not possible this is the case of the Overlapping , which should not happen
ht

5)
LL HL
0 3 ----> possible
5 6 ---->Not possible as there is gap in low limit and high limit(3-5 --> 4 is missing)

If anybody has done this type of validation . Please suggest best method ..


Thanks in advance....

- Chetan
Karn Kumar
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Joined: Aug 06, 2009
Posts: 145

Hi All,

Finally i got other way to work with this .

I got all the Values in the request on the server side . Which i used for the creation of the XML tags which is combination of the 2 child tags HL and LL .

After that as my product provides the sorting functionality , so used it and then finally used the below condition if whole structure is valid or not on the server side.

1)First LL - > Should be equal to some start value. So that we will check start
2)Last HL--> Should be equal to some end value .
3)Most important question --> Current LL - Previous HL = 1 this condition should be applied . If not following then validation failed.

Hope it might help someone .

Thanks ..

- Chetan
 
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