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AEM6.3 coral touch ui pathbrowser

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Hi ,

i have path browser marked as mandatory field but since i am doing some java-script manipulation, hence  I need to bypass this and still submit the dialog even if the path field is empty.

Please let me know how this can be achieved.

                                    <videoPath

                                        jcr:primaryType="nt:unstructured"

sling:resourceType="granite/ui/components/coral/foundation/form/pathbrowser"

granite:id"videopath"

                                        fieldLabel="Video Path"

                                        name="./videoPath"

                                        rootPath="/content/dam"

required="{Boolean}false"

                                        rootTitle="DAM"/>

Thanks

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Hi,

I'm sorry but I'm a bit confused by your question. You say the path browser is mandatory but in the XML I can see required="{Boolean}false", so it should not be mandatory, therefore no problem..

However, if you wanted to bypass a mandatory field using JS, you can do so by removing the aria-required="true" attribute from the field in question. This will de-activate the validation and allow you to submit the dialog.

Here is a GIF showing the process to reproduce in JS:

Peek 2019-10-20 12-59.gif

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Hi,

I'm sorry but I'm a bit confused by your question. You say the path browser is mandatory but in the XML I can see required="{Boolean}false", so it should not be mandatory, therefore no problem..

However, if you wanted to bypass a mandatory field using JS, you can do so by removing the aria-required="true" attribute from the field in question. This will de-activate the validation and allow you to submit the dialog.

Here is a GIF showing the process to reproduce in JS:

Peek 2019-10-20 12-59.gif