Developing JSF2 Validations Application

Blog Author


Published Date

17th September, 2018




  • Share this blog :

ABC.PROPERTIES Sid= student id Sname-student name Saddr-student address Semail-student email Smobile-student mobile Button=add student Javax.faces. validator.  Regexvalidator. Not.matched- detail Value must be provided in “{o}” format Sid-validation-msg=student id must be started with dss   Index.html <html> <head> <meta http-equal=”Refresh” context=”2; url=http://local host:1010/ Jsf2validations app/student add form.dss”> <head> <body> <h1>Application is loading </h1> </body> </html>   Student add form.jsp <%@laglib prefix=”f”url= <%@                            ”h” <html> <f:view> <h1>soft pvt ltd</h1> <h2>student add form</h2> <h:form> <h:panel Grid columns=”3” > <h:output text value=”#{msg.sid}”/> <h: input text id=”sid” value =”#. { student bean.sid}” Required=”true” required message=student IN is required”> <f:validator validator In=”sid validator”/> </h: input text> <h:message for=”sid”/> <h:output text value=”#{msg. sname}”/> <h: input text id=”s name” value =”#. { student bean. name }” Required=”true” required message=student name is required”> </h:input text> <h:message for=”sname”/> <h:output text value=”#{msg. saddr}”/> <h: input text id=”s addr” value =”#. { student bean. naddr }” Required=”true” required message=”student address is required”> <h: message for=”saddr”/> <h:output text value=”#{msg. semail}”/> <h: input text id=”s email” value =”#. { student bean. semail }” Required=”true” required message=”student email is required”> <h: message for=”semail”/> <h:output text value=”#{msg. s mobile}”/> <h: input text id=”s mobile” value =”#. { student bean. S mobile }” Required=”true” required message=”student mobile required”> <f:validate Ragex pattern=”/d{2}-/d{10}$”/> </h:input text> <h: message for=”smobile”/> <h:command button value=”#{msg. button}”action=#{student bean. add}”/> </h:panel Grid> </h:form> </f:view> </body> </html>   Success.jsp <%@laglib prefix=”f”prefix=”h” <html> <body> <f:view><h1>student Registration success</h1></fiview> </body> </html> Package com. soft; Public class student bean{ Private string sid; Private string sname; Private string saddres; Private string semail; Private string smobile; Private string saddres; //provide setter()&getter() Public string add(){ Return”success”; } }   SIDVALIDATOR.JAVA Package com.durgasoft; Import java.util.x; Import java. faces. application. applicaiton; Import java. faces. application. facesnessage; Import java. faces. Component.uicomponent; Import java. faces. Context.faces context; Import java. faces. Validator, validator; Import java. faces. Validator, validator exception; Public class SID validator implements validator{ Public Void validate(faces context tc,UI Component ue,object val) Throws validate exception{ String sid=(string)val; If(!sid.strtswith(DSS-“)){ Faces message fm=new faces message(); Application application=fc.get application(); String prop-path=application. Get message bundle(); Resource bundle rb=resource bundle. get bundle(prop-path); Strubg err-msg=rb.get string(“sid-validation-msg”); Fm.set detail.(err-msg); Throw new validate exception (fm); } }   Faces-config.xml <faces-config….. -----xsd> <managed-bean> <managed-bean-name>student bean</managed-bean-name> <managed-bean-scope>session</> <managed-bean> <navigation rule > <from-view-id>/student add from.jsp</  > <navigation case > <from-outcome>success</    > <to-view-id>/success.jsp</    > </navigation case > </navigation rule> <validator> <validator-id>sid validator</   > <validator-class>com. soft.SID Validator</   > </validator> <application> <resource-bundle> <base-name>abc</  > <var>msg</  > </resource-bundle> <message- bundle >abc</message- bundle > </application > </faces-config > Web.xml       Step2 -  Configure user- defined converter class in faces – config.xml file <faces- config> --------- <Converter> <converter -id>converter logical name</  > <converter-class>fully qualified converter class</  > </converter> ----- </faces-config>    Step-3 Use. User- defined converter in both i/p and o/p UI Component To use converter in i/p and o/p UI Components wl have to use the following tag <f:converter conver ID=”--”/> Where “converter Id” attribute will take logical name of the converter class which we provided in [for example appl n on JSF data table, GUI Components & converters refer hand out given o n16 th Nov 2013]    

About Author


Author Bio

TekSlate is the best online training provider in delivering world-class IT skills to individuals and corporates from all parts of the globe. We are proven experts in accumulating every need of an IT skills upgrade aspirant and have delivered excellent services. We aim to bring you all the essentials to learn and master new technologies in the market with our articles, blogs, and videos. Build your career success with us, enhancing most in-demand skills .

Related Blogs

Write For Us