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Description Usage of the for attribute with the f:validateBean tag only has significance when the tag is nested as a child of a Composite Component If specified, then the value must be equal to the value of an id attribute associated with an exposed object One or more fully qualified class names separated by commas Each item corresponds to a JSR 303 validation group The default value is javaxvalidationgroups Default, which is the default JSR 303 validation group
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Example Usage
The following example causes JSR 303 validation to take place on a single HtmlInputText component
<h:inputText value="#{testManagedBeanfirstName}"> <f:validateBean> </h:inputText>
The following example causes JSR 303 validation to take place on all HtmlInputText components except for the middleName
<f:validateBean> <h:inputText value="#{testManagedBeanfirstName}" /> <h:inputText disabled="true" value="#{testManagedBeanmiddleName}" /> <h:inputText value="#{testManagedBeanlastName}" /> </f:validateBean>
The following example causes validation to take place according to a custom JSR 303 validation group
<f:validateBean validationGroups="comexamplejsfTestValidationGroup"> <h:inputText value="#{testManagedBeanfirstName}" /> <h:inputText value="#{testManagedBeanmiddleName}" /> <h:inputText value="#{testManagedBeanlastName}" /> </f:validateBean>
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The Standard JSF Component Library
The f:validateDoubleRange Tag
The f:validateDoubleRange tag creates and configures an instance of the validator registered with the ID javaxfacesDoubleRange and associates this instance with the closest parent UIComponent It s used to validate a component s double value within a specified range
Attributes
Attribute binding (12, 20) disabled (20) Type ValueExpression Description A ValueExpression to a backing bean property of type javaxfacesvalidator DoubleRangeValidator A boolean flag that specifies whether or not the validator is enabled The default value is false , meaning that the validator is enabled Usage of the for attribute with the f:validateDoubleRange tag only has significance when the tag is nested as a child of a Composite Component If specified, then the value must be equal to the value of an id attribute associated with an exposed object The maximum value allowed for this component The minimum value allowed for this component Required No
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Yes (if nested as a child tag of a Composite Component), otherwise, No
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maximum minimum
double double
No No
Example Usage
The following is an example of f:validateDoubleRange used in an inputText component
<h:inputText id="price" value="#{basketprice}"> <f:validateDoubleRange minimum="00"/> </h:inputText>
Either of the maximum or minimum attributes can be specified individually, or they can be specified together, as shown in the preceding example
Constraints
Must be nested inside an EditableValueHolder custom action whose value is (or is convertible to) a double Must specify either the maximum attribute, the minimum attribute, or both If both limits are specified, the maximum limit must be greater than the minimum limit If this tag is not nested inside a UIComponent custom action, or the UIComponent implementation class does not correctly implement EditableValueHolder, then a JspException is thrown
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The f:validateLength Tag
The validateLength tag creates and configures an instance of the validator registered with the ID javaxfacesLength and associates it with the closest parent UIComponent It is used to validate the String length of a component s value s within a specified range
Attributes
Attribute binding (12, 20) disabled (20) Type ValueExpression Description A ValueExpression to a backing bean property of type javaxfacesvalidator LengthValidator A boolean flag that specifies whether or not the validator is enabled The default value is false , meaning that the validator is enabled Usage of the for attribute with the f:validateLength tag only has significance when the tag is nested as a child of a Composite Component If specified, then the value must be equal to the value of an id attribute associated with an exposed object The maximum String length allowed for this component s value The minimum String length allowed for this component s value Required No
Boolean
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Yes (if nested as a child tag of a Composite Component), otherwise, No
maximum minimum
int int
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Example Usage
<h:inputText id="zip" value="#{employeezipCode}"> <f:validateLength minimum="5" maximum="9"/> </h:inputText>
Either of the maximum or minimum attributes can be specified individually, or they can be specified together, as shown in the preceding example
Constraints
Must be nested inside an EditableValueHolder custom action whose value is a String Must specify either the maximum attribute, the minimum attribute, or both If both limits are specified, the maximum limit must be greater than the minimum limit If this tag is not nested inside a UIComponent custom action, or the UIComponent implementation class does not correctly implement EditableValueHolder, then a JspException is thrown
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