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Spring Validation for MultiActionController

 
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Hello ranchers,

I m trying to implement spring validator for MultiActionController,
Can any one provide me a sample code for doing the same.
For SimpleFormController it works well..
Neeed to try out the same for MultiActionController

Thanks in Advance,
Ankita
 
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This could be a good resource to start. Refer point 13.3.3
 
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Ankita Jha wrote:Hello ranchers,

I m trying to implement spring validator for MultiActionController,
Can any one provide me a sample code for doing the same.
For SimpleFormController it works well..
Neeed to try out the same for MultiActionController

Thanks in Advance,
Ankita



After reading millions of forums... ok well dozens to be correct. I am inclining to assumption that it is not possible. Everywhere is published some nonsense that hiding the fact that individual methods could not be bound to a validator. It makes MultiActionController effectively useless. I wish Spring Developers tell about that thing upfront to not waste time on it.
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