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From David Winterfeldt <>
Subject Re: Validator use of JavaScript
Date Wed, 17 Jul 2002 15:37:37 GMT
It is just an option to have JavaScript validation. 
The JavaScript methods perform the same logic as the
java methods that are referenced. The server side
validation is always performed if you have everything
setup correctly and the JavaScript is just to enrich
the user's interface.


--- Jerry Jalenak <> wrote:
> I've started looking at the struts-validator as a
> way to handle all of my
> basic form validation.  In looking at the
> validation.xml file in the
> struts-validator.war, it appears that JavaScript is
> required; i.e. several
> of the default validation routines use JavaScript to
> perform the actual
> validation.  How does this work is a user has
> JavaScript disabled in their
> browser?  Am I just missing something here?
> Thanks!
> Jerry
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