Pinned topic Client side validation using Java Script in portlet factory
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK9029 Posts
Re: Client side validation using Java Script in portlet factory2010-04-22T11:37:36ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.One easy way to do this is to attach your validation script to the form element as an onsubmit event handler, and return false from your code if the validation fails. You can then use normal WPF actions to submit the form, and rely on the validation logic to cancel the submit if something's wrong in the form. Note that for security reasons, you'll also want to validate on the server.
Abhishek_Tec 270006P85D12 Posts
Re: Client side validation using Java Script in portlet factory2013-10-03T09:38:47ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
i hav one form page.in this page 9 fields are available.Validation is working for all fields but Mobile No Field ,it is not working,i hav used Phone Number format For Mobile No validation .it accept all character and Number Also,after clicking Submit Button.(Server Side Validation).But Mobile No contain 10 digits.so how it will work?
please help me..Updated on 2013-10-03T09:40:31Z at 2013-10-03T09:40:31Z by Abhishek_Tec
mburati 060000VQ202576 Posts
Re: Client side validation using Java Script in portlet factory2013-10-03T14:27:13ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- Abhishek_Tec 270006P85D
Some WEF validation (in particular client side validation, as opposed to server side validation) is done via the validation support provided by Dojo input widgets.
Since many mobile phones / networks are significantly slower than wired and wifi networks, the mobile theme by default tries to significantly reduce the size and amount of http requests required to render the application, and Dojo is large and often requires multiple requests, so it is not enabled by default in the Mobile theme. Another reason the WEF Dojo RDD is not the default for the mobile theme is that it was found that the Dojo date picker was not working well on mobile devices.
The "Theme" typically specifies which Rich Data Definition (RDD) file to use by default. If you look in your Application Tree in the Designer for your generated webapp, you'll see that the theme likely specifies a base mobile rdd when you apply the smarphone or tablet profile. If you switch it to default or browser applied profile, you'll likely see it use the dojo_base_rdd which is the one that tells page automation to use Dojo widgets for input fields. You can use an override in your Theme builder for mobile profile to tell it to use the dojo_base_rdd but be sure to test out the performance over mobile, and the behavior of all the input widgets to be sure that they work ok for the device types you need to support.I hope that info helps,..Mike BuratiThe postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of IBM.