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From "Srinivas Surapaneni (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (BEEHIVE-1118) form bean validations are not following the order
Date Sun, 04 Jun 2006 13:48:29 GMT
form bean validations are not following the order

         Key: BEEHIVE-1118
     Project: Beehive
        Type: Bug

  Components: NetUI  
    Versions: 1.0.1    
    Reporter: Srinivas Surapaneni

I had a form bean with annotation based validations for each getter method in the form bean

When the validations are done, it is not following the order of the attributes

Ex:  I had date, serialNumber, sampleValue.  When the validations are done, it is always calling
the validations on sampleValue followed by date and serial Number

Is there any way to specify the order of how the validations are being called

Here is the sampe form

public class SampleForm implements Validatable, Serializable {
	String date;
	String serialNumber;
	String sampleValue;
	@Jpf.ValidatableProperty(validateRequired=@Jpf.ValidateRequired(messageKey="000.error", messageArgs={@Jpf.MessageArg(arg="${}",
position=0)}), validateDate=@Jpf.ValidateDate(messageKey="001.error", messageArgs={@Jpf.MessageArg(arg="${}",
position=0)}, pattern="mm/dd/yyyy", strict=false))
	public String getDate() {
		return date;
	public void setDate(String date) { = date;
	public String getSerialNumber() {
		return serialNumber;
	public void setSerialNumber(String serialNumber) {
		this.serialNumber = serialNumber;
	public void validate(ActionMapping mapping, HttpServletRequest request, ActionMessages errors)
		System.out.println("In the validate method" + errors.size());
	@Jpf.ValidatableProperty(validateRequired=@Jpf.ValidateRequired(messageKey="000.error", messageArgs={@Jpf.MessageArg(arg="${bundle.dstbundle.sample}",
position=0)}), validateMinLength=@Jpf.ValidateMinLength(messageKey="003.error", messageArgs={@Jpf.MessageArg(arg="${bundle.dstbundle.sample}",
position=0)}, chars=4))
	public String getSampleValue() {
		return sampleValue;
	public void setSampleValue(String sampleValue) {
		this.sampleValue = sampleValue;


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