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Executing Client-side Validation Rules Programmatically


In Alpha Anywhere, when you define validation rules for controls on a UX, the rules are evaluated when the UX is submitted. However, there may be cases where you want to explicitly (programmatically) evaluate the validation rules for a set of controls.

For example, you might not want to allow the user to go to a different Panel Card if there are validation errors on the current Panel Card.

In this video we show how you can programmatically execute the client-side validation rules for a series of controls.

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