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 Where to put custom validation functions.

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jimlocigno

Posts: 14
Posted: 11/18/2004, 5:30 AM

Hi,
Sorry if this is an easy question but I would like to
a little more extensive validation of items entered.
For example, I want to verify a DATE and a "DAY_TYPE" against
a database (various validations would take place) but suffice
to say I know I would need to write some kind of SQL statement.
I understand that I can put this code in the OnValidation of the record (I think).
However to make my life easier I would like to put the validation code
in a function and call that function from the OnValidation event. My main question
is where can I put my Custom Function and keep it safe from Code Charge "over writing it".

Also, since I will accessing the database to accomplish the validation does it matter where
I put that code?
Thanks
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Stan
Posted: 11/18/2004, 6:54 AM

Hi

You can put your functions between CCS blocks (the gray blocks of code in generated files) in appropriate class. For example you can use <FormName>DataProvider class and put your methods between constructor and LoadParams methods

Stan

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