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 Post subject: Call class level constraint from JSF 2
PostPosted: Sun May 01, 2011 9:00 pm 
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I need cross field validation so I've created a class level constraint that requires one Date to be later than another date. This constraint does not get called from the JSF validation phase but only by the JPA layer when the object is saved to the database.

How do I get the class level constraint to be called during the JSF validation phase? I'm using JBoss 6.

Thanks.
Brian


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 Post subject: Re: Call class level constraint from JSF 2
PostPosted: Sat May 28, 2011 9:56 am 
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Brian,

this is not possible with JSF 2 atm. JSF only validates field level constraints by invoking Validator#validateValue() before the values are actually written into the model. So basically you have to perform the validation of class level constraints manually after the model update in this case.

This issue is planned to be addressed in a future version of Bean Validation, you might be interested in tracking BVAL-214 which deals with this problem.

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