Is there a way to show validation textbox message even if the attribute type required: false -> set to false?
The process should be when button is clicked and textbox has an empty value, will show a message. See sample codes below.
Seems that I could not show the message in local!er in textbox validation.
Thanks ahead guys!
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What is the reason to not use the built-in "required" functionality?
What's your use case exactly?
I have this requirement that even if the value is empty it will still proceed the process of searching and if the result in the intergation is onError the error message will be printed. So if incase the textbox is not required it will still proceed the process in button and dispay necessary error message in intergation. However, currently it seems that i cant display the error message if the required attribute in textbox is set to false. Pls there any possible way to make this process? Thank you
Here is what you can do to solve this problem ->-> you can put take the localisClick as rule input (ri) and initially value of ri will be null in process model -> then design your process in such a manner that it checks if your local!Click which will be our ri , is true then it return you to the same interface with validation ->enable activity chaining between the nodes-> in xor we will check if local!isClick is true then direct it to the interface or else to the end nodethis may solve your problem
Use the Validations parameter under the section layout to display your error message on the section level
Actually the requirement isthat the error must be in textboxvalidation.
Use a rule input for the validation and pass the value in your process model based on the work flow. it should help.
the requirement process is within the interface only, no process model included.
You can display any UI component based on any condition you want. If the built in required and/or validation features do no fit your requirements, this might make it.
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