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Different Annotated Validations for different action methods

Different Annotated Validations for different action methods

2007-12-04       - By Thilo Ettelt

Hey all,

I'm trying to figure out how to validate my action methods differently.

For example I've got a modeldriven User bean with the following two
annotated methods

- processLogin

- processSignup

Now I want the first annotation to only check for the username and
password, but the second annotation is supposed to check for other
things like email too.

However when I call the appropriate action mapping which calls
processSignup it processes both Validations, which results in a
invalid email address error for the login in addition to the wrong
username and password.

So how can I separate the two validatio annotations without needing
separate classes?

- Thilo

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