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From Duncan McLean <>
Subject Re: One for the forms Ajax experts
Date Thu, 16 Mar 2006 18:24:40 GMT
Hi Jason

Thanks for drawing my attention to this...

Are there any workarounds, or will have to choose between ajax-enabling 
our forms or having validation-errors work, for the time being?



Jason Johnston wrote:
>> We have a form that has several fields that are enabled/disabled through
>> on-change events in the form. This works fine, and with Ajax too...
>> We also have validation which includes a list of "validation-errors"
>> which displays all errors in the form at the top of the form (in this
>> case).
>> The markup works as expected when Ajax is NOT enabled (including the list
>> of errors at the top of the screen). However, with Ajax turned on, these
>> messages (invoked by <validation-errors/> at the top of the form do NOT
>> appear. The other validation mark-up appears as expected.
>> I thought that this was just our mistake, but the examples that come with
>> cocoon exhibit this same behaviour (I had to add the <validation-errors/>
>> in the Ajax examples to prove this.
>> Is this a bug, or can the form styling xsl be changed to allow these to be
>> shown??
>> (We are using Cocoon v2.1.8)
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