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AEM forms and javascript

maleenf75325889
Level 2
Level 2

Hi I m new to AEM forms, Please can you tell me how to create a basic form with two fields and a validate button. 

Requirnment : Validate button will check whether both fields left blank by using javascript. 

1 Accepted Solution
radzmar
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

Sorry, but this.value != "" isn't a good validation (see here on page 18).

You better use

this.rawValue !== null;

or the built-in method isNull() to check a fields value against null.

this.isNull();

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4 Replies
hitesh_m
Level 3
Level 3

You can make your filed mandatory to avoid JS. 

Or

You can write your validation script under "Validate" expression. 

If you are using rule editor its quite simple. 

One sample validation is - 

this.value !==null   or this.isNull() for blank fields. Just write this script in validate expression. 

maleenf75325889
Level 2
Level 2

Many thanks Hitesh for the reply can you share a sample form. Then I can learn. (I m pretty new to AEM software) 😄

radzmar
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

Sorry, but this.value != "" isn't a good validation (see here on page 18).

You better use

this.rawValue !== null;

or the built-in method isNull() to check a fields value against null.

this.isNull();

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hitesh_m
Level 3
Level 3

radzmar wrote...

Sorry, but this.value != "" isn't a good validation (see here on page 18).

You better use

  1. this.rawValue !== null;

or the built-in method isNull() to check a fields value against null.

 
  1. this.isNull();

 

 

Thanks. I updated the answer !