I am trying to Incorporate a
application in apex. Basically, what should happen is that the validation should run if i click on a
textfield or another
Item type. I want to the validation to runs
without me having to click on a submit or save button.
For an example if I was filling out a form, I want to validation straight after the user click from
"FirstName" field to
"LastName" and each indivdual field will have it own validation.
I have a feelign it can be done but i dont know how. Please point me on the right direction.
for an example I have this
`begin if length(:p1_subject) >3 then return false; else return true; end if; end; `
This validation will only run when i click on the
create button but I want it to work everything you click off and on the
Hope I am making sense.
Thank you very much.
Sorry didn't see your other thread Re: how to how to implement apex-live-validation beginner step by step until after I posted my link.
This is how you import a plugin. I've kept it general because all plugins are imported the same way,
Import a plugin
In this case that is "dynamic_action_plugin_be_ctb_jq_alv.sql"
You have now inported the plugin into the application.
The Live Validation plugin does not have any application attributes so this plugin is not listed here.
Now you can use the plugin.
I haven't used the plugin myself yet so at the moment I can't say anything yet about the dynamic action settings. But I will explore the plugin futher.
Don't hesitate to ask any question you have.
And because you are using the jQuery plugin and not the APEX plugin.
You are not importing a plugin but instead you need to make the JS and CSS available to your page by either uploading the files to the database or putting them on the server.
Now since you're asking the samething in this threadRe: how to how to implement apex-live-validation beginner step by step. lets continue the discussion there.
PS notice that this disccusion is located in another place nameley under "Korean" as opposed to the mentioned thread which is under 'English'