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Custom validator object not found

 
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Hello,

I'm writing this lines because I'm having problems trying to make a custom validator  work.

When I refer to the validator in the  line  


I get an error message saying that the expression employeeTitleValidor has not been found.

This is the code, everything is locate in the same package:



I'm using wildFly 10 and its libraries.

thanks in advance.
 
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I would start by double checking the two references match. The validatorId value should match the value of the @FacesValidator annotation that registers the validator.

Take a close look at the code you posted, and you'll note that one is employeeTitleValidater and the other is employeeTitleValidate

Oh, and I would recommend you use the fully qualified name in order to eliminate any chance of ambiguity.
 
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Yes, There is a typo there but that is not the problem.

Thanks.
 
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