Validation for request input field

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ahmed31916
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Validation for request input field

Post by ahmed31916 » 16 May 2022, 19:26

Hello,

How could we make a validation for an input field and display the error message inside the template page?

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Re: Validation for request input field

Post by aimeos » 18 May 2022, 06:25

Where do you want to add a validation? In the address page of the checkout it's built in for example.
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Re: Validation for request input field

Post by ahmed31916 » 18 May 2022, 20:32

I made a form in the profile page that makes the merchant user (just merchants) to add a product. I made it but it remain the validation for the input.

I use laravel validation request and I display the errors by ajax, and everything works. But I wonder if there is already created in aimeos.

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Re: Validation for request input field

Post by aimeos » 19 May 2022, 06:53

You can use the Laravel validation or you can implement it in your HTML client class yourself.
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Re: Validation for request input field

Post by ahmed31916 » 19 May 2022, 20:31

How we can display validation errors in template class?
In a blade syntax we use "@error" or {{$errors}}, but in template we cannot!

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Re: Validation for request input field

Post by aimeos » 20 May 2022, 09:23

If you store the errors in a view variable named e.g. "$view->error = '...'", you can access it in your template using "<?= $this->get( 'error' ) ?>"
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