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Input validation

Hi all,

when it comes to validating user input, some web frameworks such as struts let you configure a lot of conditions for every input field in an xml file. This is pretty comfortable. As to web dynpro, I haven't discovered anything similar to this so far. Writing checks whether some date is in the past or future, or some value is an email address does not belong to a developer's favourite moments. Did I miss something? I hope so very much.

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    Posted on May 28, 2004 at 08:11 AM

    Hi,

    if i didn't miss something, declarative and configurable form validation like it's possible using the Jakarta Validation Framework is no builtin part of Web Dynpro.

    But you probably could use this (or another similar framework) for validation accessing the IWDValidationCheck interface, which is part of each component.

    Regards

    Stefan

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