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Editors can choose one of the built-in standard validation rules for input fields.
Well, it turns out that the concept can simplify a lot of business scenarios and give us the tools to reason about complex logic.
As a quick example, we can also validate input without an external, third-party library.
As shown below, if you select an input field which can be validated by a regular expression, then you can choose one of the built-in standard validation rules instead of typing a complex regular expression by yourself.
By default, the standard validation rules for a number, percentage, alphanumeric, e-mail and website address are provided as out-of-box.
default: [unset; checker does no message filtering] Specifies the output format for reporting the results.
default: [unset; all message reported, including warnings & info messages] Specifies a filename.
If you choose one of those standard validation rules, then the editor will set a validation regular expression automatically on behalf of the editor.
The ' Validation Reg Ex' property field below will be disabled with the build-in standard validation rules.
Each line of the file contains either a regular expression or starts with "#" to indicate the line is a comment.
Any error message or warning message that matches a regular expression in the file is filtered out (dropped/suppressed).