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Creating a custom validator as a service in Symfony2
It's very likely one of those syntax issues! The syntax can be this: dinamic.shop.validator.deliverydate: class: DinamicShopBundleValidatorConstraintsDeliveryDateValidator arguments: [@doctrine.orm.entity_manager] tags: - { name: validator.constraint_validator, alias: deliverydate } or this: dinamic.shop.validator.deliverydate: class: DinamicShopBundleValidatorConstrai

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Add custom multiple validations with Parsley
What you're trying to accomplish can't be done natively by Parsley. Considering that it seems like a really specific situation, you may want the following solution: Instead of creating a custom validator, use Parsley events to perform that validation Based on the existence of duplicate combinations, tweak the ParsleyForm.validationResult. This isn't the most elegant solution but I think it's t

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Typo3 Error with partial
The problem is probably this line: $dbuser = $this->userRepository->getUserByMail($user->getEMailAddress())[0]; Unless your QuerySettings include "setReturnRawQueryResult(TRUE)" you should NEVER treat an extbase-result like an array. To get the first entry from your result, use getFirst(). This way you won't break the storageObject. Another way would be using toArray(). If you do a "p

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I would like to define a component as optionally required (based on another field's value)
It turns out that the link from my comment gave me the idea that I can have custom server-side validation for my form, I just wasn't sure how to connect it to the field. It turns out that all I had to do was create a servervalidation.jsp file in my "B" component. CQ will see the servervalidation.jsp and automatically invoke it for my custom component. I was then able to examine the submitted val

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Why does this get stuck in a constant loop?
You need to explicitly write out each condition in full and combine them using and: while Upper != 'A' and Upper != 'B' and ... The interpreter takes 'B' and 'C' and so on to be independent conditionals which all evaluate to True, so your if statement is therefore always true.

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Adding custom error messages for validation in Spring-MVC
<spring:message text="FirstName"/> Should be like <spring:message code="FirstName"/> try to replace text to code in your <spring:message /> tag and change basename value to ValidatorMessages and en_US Spring will append for you <beans:bean id="messageSource" class="org.springframework.context.support.ReloadableResourceBundleMessageSource"> <beans:property

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Validation issues with polymer's new paper-input / paper-input-decorator components
To validate the input as the input value changes, the isInvalid property on paper-input-decorator should be bound to the input's validity.valid property. ie. <template is="auto-binding"> <paper-input-decorator label="Number" floatingLabel error="is not a number" isInvalid="{{!$.input.validity.valid}}"> <input id="input" is="c

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Typo3 Error with partial
I would like to define a component as optionally required (based on another field's value)
Why does this get stuck in a constant loop?
Adding custom error messages for validation in Spring-MVC
Validation issues with polymer's new paper-input / paper-input-decorator components
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