Perhaps it is possible via the groovy script runner, but unfortunately my groovy skills aren´t good enough.Can somebody give me a code example to create such a validator or has someone an alternative solution? This script I am working on is just going to be a page of maybe 100 hobbies, where the user chooses their Top-5 Favorite Hobbies. I have an idea of what I want to do, now it is just putting it all together. (I probably just added another week onto things if I do this the way I want, but we'll see...) For checkboxes where you have predefined the valid values in the checkboxes themselves you could simply sanitize them rather than validating - just discard any that don't have a valid value.
Anything else is bogus, and I don't feel compelled in that case to help you out, because you are likely a hacker!! It gives you a unique value you can compare to on POST. It gives you a unique value you can compare to on POST.
if you put "Yes" or "TRUE" then you are going to need to figure out what this means on processing and without forced keys or some other way to identify the value it would be almost impossible as only selected checkboxes are passed and if they all say "true" then what? if you put "Yes" or "TRUE" then you are going to need to figure out what this means on processing and without forced keys or some other way to identify the value it would be almost impossible as only selected checkboxes are passed and if they all say "true" then what? So it would seem it would be easier on my PHP to just iterate through the array and if look for "Yes".
Otherwise, the transition should not be feasible and an error message schould be shown.
I´ve already tried to fix the problem with the "Fields required (JSU) - validator", but there is no possibility to handle multicheckboxes regarding the values.
Each disclaimer is presented in an i Frame- and each disclaimer has a checkbox below it that must be checked in order to move forward. Now in Firefox and Google Chrome- this works great by itself because the "required" inside the 'input tag' will not let you continue unless they are checked- but in Internet Explorer (which is why this has taken me longer than 1 hour to figure out) it let's you continue to the next page no matter what is checked. Disclaim This is the page that processes the form to make sure all checkboxes are checked.
What it SHOULD do is if all checkboxes are checked then load the next page.Although, thinking out loud, I believe the way Checkboxes work is that if you check them they get submitted in the $_POST array, and if they are unchecked then they never get sent over.Point being, just the presence of an item in the items array means that it was checked, regardless of whether it is "Yes" or "Football" or whatever, right?? As I mentioned, you also can use this same array to validate user input.If any of the checkboxes are not checked then it should send them back to the with the alert that they must check all checkboxes to continue.Now the code below is a broken example of what I would like it to do- I've never had any code fragments work correctly today so this will hopefully give you enough info.As Mittineague suggested either use the interest name as a unique NAME or the VALUE with an interest NAME array. @Drummin, I feel like we are having two separate conversions - which isn't the first time.