Bug #11028

Output of domain and property validator error messages performs always an default error

Added by Armin Vieweg about 11 years ago. Updated over 10 years ago.

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Hello guys,

I've seen a strange error with validators and its error messages.

When a domain validator and a property validator has been triggered at the same time, the output shows a third error which is basicly located in Tx_Extbase_Validation_PropertyError:

1242859509: Validation errors for property "title"

The solution to hide this needless error was an if-condition in fluid-template, but this seems to be very dirty:

<f:form.errors for="myFormname">
    <f:for each="{error.errors}" as="errorDetail">
            <f:translate key="...{errorDetail.code}" default="...{errorDetail.message}" /><br />

    <f:for each="{error.errors}" as="errorDetail">
        <f:if condition="{errorDetail.code} != 1242859509">
            <f:translate key="...{errorDetail.code}" default="...{errorDetail.message}" /><br />

If you ask why there are two <f:form:errors />: This is because property error messages and domain error messages must have an seperatly output.

Maybe I'm wrong and there exists a very much more elegant solution, but if not, then it seems to be an error that the default error 1242859509 gets displayed.

Kind Regards


Updated by Sebastian Kurfuerst over 10 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Closed

fixed with new Property Mapper in FLOW3, will be backported.

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