Custom Server-Side Validator Element

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1 Custom Server-Side Validator - #custom {}

Attach a custom validator, written in Erlang, to an element. The validator will be executed on the server during a postback.

Usage

% Function to validate that a value is either upper or lower case,
% depending on the value of Tag...
F = fun(Tag, Value) ->
  case Tag of
    upper -> string:to_upper(Value) == Value;
    lower -> string:to_upper(Value) == Value
  end
end,

% Wire the validator in upper case mode...
wf:wire(ButtonID, TextBoxID, #validate { validators=[
  #custom { text="Must be uppercase", function=F, tag=upper }
]})

Attributes

text - (string)
The text to display if validation fails.
function - (fun)
An Erlang function that returns true if the value is valid, false if invalid. <br>fun(Tag, Value) -> 'true' or 'false'
tag - (Erlang term)
Tag value is passed into the custom validation function.

Date: 2013-10-03 13:40:51 CDT

Author: Rusty Klophaus (@rustyio)

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