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From pirzada rashid <pirzada.ras...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache commons validator, bean properties to validate should all be string?
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2012 01:41:34 GMT
Anyone please help

On Fri, Aug 17, 2012 at 7:05 PM, pirzada rashid <pirzada.rashid@gmail.com>wrote:

> I was working on apache commons validator latest. Problem explained below.
>
> My Bean is having 2 properties fullName (String) & age (int). Validation
> "required" on both but age needed to be checked for "integer" as well.
>
> bean.setFullName("Tester"); -----> Will Pass
>
> bean.setAge("Too Old"); ---> "required Pass but "integer" Fail.
>
> results = validator.validate();
>
> *Note:* Above is possible if age property is String but its not and
> setAge won't accept String value and throw exception before reaching
> validator.validate().
>
> Validation should be checked before we set the bean. In above situation I
> need to make all properties string than in validation.xml check for
> integer/condition.
>
> *How I work with this when my age property is Integer. little confused?*
>

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