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From "Adrian Lanning" <alann...@sitebuildercorp.com>
Subject Re: action based client side validation
Date Mon, 28 Jun 2004 15:23:26 GMT
Just to make sure its clear what Kalpesh did, he patched the html:javascript
tag to allow PER-METHOD (or Per-Action depending on if you use the
VLDAction) client-side validation.  This is especially useful when using
Brandon's VLDAction since each method in the action (read "button on the
page") can use an independent Validator form defined in validation.xml and
still have client-side validation.  Making wizards becomes very tight among
other things.

[Background] Brandon's ValidatorLookupDispatchAction lets you define
mappings in your struts-config file directly to specific methods.  If your
action is User, you can have User.view, User.add, User.delete, and User.edit
all handled in the same Action and Action-Mapping.[/Background]

I'm not sure but I think he modified the version 1.1 tag.  If so, I'll be
happy to work on the 1.2 version.

Kalpesh, what changes did you have to make to validation.xml?

Adrian

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Adrian Lanning
Struts Enthusiast and All-around Pleasant Guy


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "kalpesh modi" <modi_kalpesh@yahoo.com>
To: <dev@struts.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 2004 9:59 AM
Subject: action based client side validation


> Hi,
> I made some changes to <html:javascript> tag to take
> care of the action based client side validation.
> It will give different javascript validation for
> different button action.
> It is client side counterpart of VLDAction by Brandon
> Goodin. Adrian Lanning also help and gave suggestions
> for this development.
> However this approach, needs a slight modification in
> the validation.xml
> Any suggestions?????
>
> Thanks,
> -Kalpesh
>
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> -Kalpesh
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