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How can i create validation Checks in Online Adobe Form

Hi Gurus

i am trying to create Online Adobe can i do the validation checks while the user enter the values in Adobe form (For Ex: lets take personnel Number if the end user enter the personnel number it must go and check the Data base table , if its right personnel number then processes next value or if its not right personnel number then it must show the error message). please help me.

Thanks in Advance

Edited by: Reddy on Nov 24, 2011 10:08 AM

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  • Posted on Nov 24, 2011 at 08:15 PM

    for online, it is just like the web page.

    you just add a "Check Fields" button, it will submit the form , and you can get the user input in the web dynpro, where you can do whatever you want.

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  • Posted on Nov 25, 2011 at 06:45 AM

    HI Reddy,

    I think you can use either 'Submit' button or web service for the validation. When we use the web service then it will work in offline mode also(user has to be on intranet - either via remote connectivity using VPN or office network) .

    if you are going for 'Submit' and If you want to validate the number when the user enter value, then write the code in 'Exit' event .

    Write the below code in the event.

    ContainerFoundation_JS.SendMessageToContainer(, "submit", "", "", "", "");

    This code will trigger the submit event in the web Dynpro component.

    Hope this will helps you.



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