ADF Server side validation – Email validation

In my previous post, I have described client side validation using the regular expression. In this post, I have explained about validate an email address using ADF server side validation.

Pre-Requisite

JDeveloper 12C

ADF page with Form

Process

Open the JSF page >> Double click on the field Email >> Validator dialogue box appear on the page

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Click New to create a java bean or choose an existing bean >> Input a method name >> Click Ok

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The validator method gets created on the Bean class as shown below

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Input the method as shown below >> Click Save

 

Deploy and Test the Method

 

Deploy the project in WebLogic and Run the application >> When input a wrong email address and mouse over from the email field, an error message will get displayed as shown below

 

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We have completed an example of ADF server side validation

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By | 2017-06-11T16:07:21+00:00 May 25th, 2016|Categories: ADF|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments
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