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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: WoodyValidationRuleReference
Date Mon, 19 Jul 2004 18:19:13 GMT
   Date: 2004-07-19T11:19:13
   Editor: StephanNiedermeier <nospam@nono.no>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: WoodyValidationRuleReference
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/WoodyValidationRuleReference

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Change Log:

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@@ -2,14 +2,14 @@
 
 For each validation rule, the failmessage (i.e. the message displayed to the user in case
the validation failed) can be overridden by specifying a child '''wd:failmessage''' element
inside the validation rule element. The failmessage can contain mixed content. Example:
 
-{{{
-<wd:datatype base="string">
-  <wd:validation>
-    <wd:email>
-      <wd:failmessage>Not a valid email address!</wd:failmessage>
-    </wd:email>
-  </wd:validation>
-</wd:datatype>
+{{{
+<wd:datatype base="string">
+  <wd:validation>
+    <wd:email>
+      <wd:failmessage>Not a valid email address!</wd:failmessage>
+    </wd:email>
+  </wd:validation>
+</wd:datatype>
 }}}
 
 To provide locale-dependent messages, use i18n tags in combination with the I18NTransformer.
@@ -18,82 +18,82 @@
 
 =  Summary =
 
-||'''Validator'''||||Allowed datatypes
-||assert||all datatypes
-||email||string
-||length||string
-||mod10||string
-||range||integer, long, decimal
-||regexp||string
-||value-count||all datatypes as part of multivaluefield
+||'''Validator'''||||Allowed datatypes||
+||assert||all datatypes||
+||email||string||
+||length||string||
+||mod10||string||
+||range||integer, long, decimal||
+||regexp||string||
+||value-count||all datatypes as part of multivaluefield||
 
 = Description =
 
 == assert ==
 
 Evaluates the expression specified in the "test" attribute. This expression should have a
boolean result, it should evaluate to either true or false. Example: Suppose there are 2 fields
widgets {{{password}}} and {{{confirmPassword}}}. We can use assert inside {{{confirmPassword}}}
to check if is equals to {{{password}}} widget:
-{{{
-<wd:assert test="password = confirmPassword">
-  <wd:failmessage>The two passwords are not equal.</wd:failmessage>
-</wd:assert>
+{{{
+<wd:assert test="password = confirmPassword">
+  <wd:failmessage>The two passwords are not equal.</wd:failmessage>
+</wd:assert>
 }}}
 
 == email ==
 
 Checks that a value is a valid email address. Example:
-{{{
-<wd:email/>
+{{{
+<wd:email/>
 }}}
 
 == length ==
 
 Checks the length of strings. This validation rule can take 3 attributes: min, max and exact.
You can use either of these three separately or min and max together. The values of these
attributes are expressions. Example:
-{{{
-<wd:length min="2" max="4"/>
-
-Another example:
-
-<wd:length exact="2*2">
-   <wd:failmessage>Must be 4 characters long!</wd:failmessage>
-</wd:length>
+{{{
+<wd:length min="2" max="4"/>
+
+Another example:
+
+<wd:length exact="2*2">
+   <wd:failmessage>Must be 4 characters long!</wd:failmessage>
+</wd:length>
 }}}
 
 == mod10 ==
 
 Uses the "mod10" algorithm used to check the validity of credit card numbers such as VISA.
This validation rule does not require any additional attributes. Example:
-{{{
-<wd:mod10>
-   <wd:failmessage>Invalid credit card number.</wd:failmessage>
-</wd:mod10>
+{{{
+<wd:mod10>
+   <wd:failmessage>Invalid credit card number.</wd:failmessage>
+</wd:mod10>
 }}}
 
 == range ==
 
 Checks the numeric range. This validation rule can take 3 attributes: min, max and exact.
You can use either of these three separately or min and max together. The values of these
attributes are expressions. Example:
-{{{
-<wd:range min="2" max="4"/>
-
-Another example:
-
-<wd:range exact="2*2"/>
+{{{
+<wd:range min="2" max="4"/>
+
+Another example:
+
+<wd:range exact="2*2"/>
 }}}
 
 == regexp ==
 
 Checks that a string matches a regular expression. It requires a "pattern" attribute specifying
the regexp. The regular expression library used is Jakarta ORO, see [http://jakarta.apache.org/oro/api/org/apache/oro/text/regex/package-summary.html
ORO API docs] for some information. Example:
-{{{
-<wd:regexp pattern="[a-z]{3,5}">
-   <wd:failmessage>Invalid code!</wd:failmessage>
-</wd:regexp>
+{{{
+<wd:regexp pattern="[a-z]{3,5}">
+   <wd:failmessage>Invalid code!</wd:failmessage>
+</wd:regexp>
 }}}
 
 == value-count ==
 
 Checks the number of items selected in a multivaluefield. Again works with min, max and exact
attributes. Example:
-{{{
-<wd:value-count min="2" max="4"/>
-
-Another example:
-
-<wd:value-count exact="2"/>
+{{{
+<wd:value-count min="2" max="4"/>
+
+Another example:
+
+<wd:value-count exact="2"/>
 }}}

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