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Subject RE: [Validator] Validators missing?
Date Thu, 25 Mar 2004 13:54:36 GMT
Hmm... that's a pity. I find that the missing ones should be part of the
basic set of validators, since most validations can be done using the Struts


-----Original Message-----
From: David Graham []
Sent: Donnerstag, 25. März 2004 14:51
To: Jakarta Commons Users List
Subject: Re: [Validator] Validators missing?

Commons Validator really has two distinct components:
1.  A configurable (typically xml) validation engine
2.  Reusable "primitive" validation methods

It provides no pluggable validator actions for feature 1 but feature 2
allows you to more easily build them.  Struts' FieldChecks uses the
methods from 2 to build pluggable validator actions.

I'll add this info to the website.


--- wrote:
> Hi
> Does anyone know why certain validators that exist in Struts are missing
> from the Commons Validator? I mean, they do exist in GenericValidator,
> but
> not in the examples or TestValidator. That's why I took FieldCheck from
> Struts, which seems to do the same, but includes range, minLength and
> maxLength.
> But perhaps I'm also just a bit confused  :-)
> Eric
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