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From Andrew Robinson <andrew.rw.robin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Trinidad] Problem with <tr:validate... and properties-file since 1.2.12
Date Tue, 06 Oct 2009 00:00:15 GMT
Facelets is XML so &quot; should be used instead of ". Give that a try.

BTW, this should be on the users@ mailing list, not the dev@ list.

-Andrew

On Sun, Oct 4, 2009 at 3:26 AM, Tobias <trinidad@beople.de> wrote:
> Hello,
> since Trinidad 1.2.12 I have a Problem with the <tr:validate... Tags.
>
> Environment: Tomcat 6.0.18; mojarra-1.2_13-b01-FCS; Facelets 1.1.14 ;
> Trinidad 1.2.12;
> Browser: IE 8 or Firefox 3.5.3
>
> First I have to say that I use the pattern and length from a properties file
> in my page.
> If I do not allow a regexp in my input field then I get the error all the
> time. It doesn't matter if the input matches the regexp the error occurs
> always.
> The same problem if I use the tr:validateLength and don't allow Strings with
> a length over 10.
>
>
> My code for example:
>
> validator.properties
> namePattern=^[^/%&<>'\"\\\\]+[^ ]$
>
> inputLength.properties
> name=10
>
> part of testpage.jspx
> <f:loadBundle basename="de.config.InputLength" var="inputLength" />
> <f:loadBundle basename="de.validator.ValidatorMessages" var="validator" />
> <tr:inputText id="receiverName" value="#{MessageBean.name}">
>        <tr:validateRegExp pattern="#{validator.namePattern}"
> messageDetailNoMatch="#{validator.errorNotAllowed}"/>
>        <tr:validateLength maximum="#{inputLength.name}"
> messageDetailMaximum="#{validator.errorMaxLength}" />
> </tr:inputText>
>
>
> With the lenght validator I get the error "Darf maximal 0 Zeichen haben."
> but the pattern for the message is "Darf maximal {2} Zeichen haben.". So
> obviously the validator doesn't get the value for inputLength.name right.
>
> If I use the value in the code instead of the properties file it works.
>
> Using the value in the code I can't disallow ". I always get an error if "
> is in the pattern. No matter how I escape it. I tried \" \\" \\\" and \\\\".
> How can I put " into the regexp?
> javax.servlet.ServletException: Error Parsing / testpage.jspx: Error
> Traced[line: 58] Element type "tr:validateRegExp" must be followed by either
> attribute specifications, ">" or "/>".
>
>
> Can anybody help? I would love to use the pattern in the properties file
> again because ist pretty inconvenient to define it in every page.
>
> Thanks, Tobias
>
>

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