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From "John D. Ament" <johndam...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Any good examples of Bean Validation?
Date Sat, 13 Aug 2016 22:03:16 GMT
Brad,

Its not clear from your email whether your confusion is how to use bean
validation or how it integrates with camel.

the integrating with camel part is pretty straight forward.  Assuming that
the input to the segment of the route is a properly annotated bean, then
those bean attributes will be validated. and an exception thrown indicating
validation failed.  What it sounds like your looking for is a way to
validate the bean based on the context you're in.  That works with groups.
You may want to have a group for context 1 and another group for context
2.  Each validation can be applied to a group, with the default being to
use the default group.

John

On Fri, Aug 12, 2016 at 11:31 AM Brad Johnson <brad.johnson@mediadriver.com>
wrote:

> http://camel.apache.org/bean-validation.html
>
>
> The documentation is pretty thin there.  A good code fragment might be
> worth 10,000 words in this case.
>
> While I'm using beanio to unmarshal records into beans I think I'd prefer
> to leave it out of the validation.  There are a couple of reasons for
> that.  The annotations for bean validation might be used in a lot of
> different situations including writing out to a database or file system in
> addition to reading in.  Second the validation mechanics permit optional
> validation rules depending on the situation.
>
> So I'd prefer to just unmarshal and then separately validate.
>
> Probably the most important reason for using the annotations though is that
> it makes it easier for business folks to use for specification of canonical
> data models for the organization.  And that's also where the optional
> annotations for validation become important.  An invoice ID in context 1
> might have to be an integer of X length while in context 2 null might be
> OK.  So this eases that.
>
>
> But I don't have a good working example.
>
> Brad
>

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