I’m having a problem. Up till’ now, I was using my own jQuery build to do this. Meanwhile, I was told to change it to jQuery validation plugin. It was working before but now I’ve been stuck in trying to make the action of the command execute and rerender (it doesn’t even rerender at the moment). The field validation work fine, just the submit is messing me all up. I’d appreciate any help or advice you could give.
Have few Lightning:Input and Lightning:Select components in My Component A.
All the fields are having Required attribute as ‘true’.
Once fields are validated, Field level error (help) messages appear at the bottom of the field and will be there until input Field data is changed (is valid). I have used showHelpMessageIfInvalid() to enable this error message on field explicitly from controller.
I am building a user’s resignation inside the dashboard with Form Request Validation. it works well in store resource, but I need to exclude the password role in updating resource, so if the user leaves it empty I will store the old password
I have a very simple
input type=time with a valid time value according to MDN:
I would like to know how to only allow @gmail.com and @yahoo.com for my email validation in html. I know about the <input type=”email” validation but that would allow emails in any format and I only want those two to be accepted. How do I do it??
I’m using form request to validate data into update method. I’m trying to validate email as a unique value expect requested user email like this
I want to prevent duplicate entries to my inventory form using vb.net and MySQL as the database, here is my code:
I have a date column that usually takes values as
dd.MM.yyyy. Its validation rule in the model’s
rules() is this:
we have declared the following lines in the initialize function of our AppController to have globally the same format for displaying dates:
When I try to put a value into a DATE field which is invalid, MySQL seems to use 0000-00-00 instead. Is there a way I can do this “check” without updating a DATE field? And to do it from for example PHP?