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From Arnaud MERGEY <amer...@sunopsis.com>
Subject Re: Validation message
Date Fri, 16 Jun 2006 09:11:43 GMT
Hi Adam,

I 'have find what is responsible of my problem, but I can't explain why.

In my  commandButton
<af:commandButton text="Save" action="navigate"
                            partialSubmit="true" />

If I remove partialSubmit="true", I have expected error message with the 
input component.

Is it normal ?

Thanks,
Arnaud

Adam Winer a écrit :
> Arnaud,
>
> I can't repro a problem.  I just tried:
>
>  public void validate(
>    FacesContext pContext, UIComponent pToValidate, Object pValue)
>  {
>    if(pValue.toString().length() > 10)
>    {
>      FacesMessage errMsg = new FacesMessage("That's too long!");
>      throw new ValidatorException(errMsg);
>    }
>   }
>
> ... and:
>
>    <af:panelForm>
>        <af:inputText label="Label"
>                            validator="#{data.validate}" value="Some 
> value"/>
>    </af:panelForm>
>
> ... and got the expected error message with the input component.  What
> input component are you using?
>
> -- Adam
>
>
>
>
>
> On 6/14/06, Arnaud MERGEY <amergey@sunopsis.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> In panel form my inputText reference a validation method with
>> "validator" attribute.
>> If validation failed my method throw a
>> javax.faces.validator.ValidatorException.
>>
>> my code:
>> /public void validate(FacesContext pContext, UIComponent pToValidate,
>> Object pValue)
>>     {
>>         if(mMaxLength>0)
>>         {
>>             if(pValue.toString().length()>mMaxLength)
>>             {
>>                 FacesMessage errMsg =
>> JSFService.getFacesMessage(pContext,JSFService.MESSAGE_ID_VALIDATOR_LENGTH,new 
>>
>> Object[]{Integer.toString(mMaxLength)});
>>                 throw new ValidatorException(errMsg);
>>             }
>>         }
>>     }/
>>
>> In my page when form is redisplayed error message is not displayed in
>> the inputText not validated but is displayed in <af:messages/>
>>
>> In my backing bean if I throw exception in the setter, the error message
>> is displayed automatically in the right inputText
>>
>> How can I do that with validator ? (for some reasons, validation must be
>> done in external method, not in the setter).
>>
>> In the docs /input components typically support automatically showing
>> their own messages, including a tip and the error message/.
>>
>> thanks
>> Arnaud
>>
>>
>


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