Typical Workflow for Validating and Converting Input

Understand Oracle JET's validation and conversion framework before working with it. Optionally, learn how to create custom converters and validators to extend the framework.

To validate and convert input in Oracle JET, refer to the typical workflow described in the following table:

Task Description More Information

Understand Oracle JET's validation and conversion framework

Understand the validators and converters included in Oracle JET and identify when you might need a custom validator or converter.

About Oracle JET Validators and Converters

Use Oracle JET converters in your application

Use oj.ColorConverter, oj.IntlNumberConverter, and oj.IntlDateTimeConverter to convert color, number, and date-time inputs to values expected by the view model.

Using Oracle JET Converters

Use a custom converter in your Oracle JET application

How to reference a custom converter in an Oracle JET application.

Using Custom Converters in Oracle JET

Use Oracle JET validators in your application

Use oj.DateTimeRangeValidator, oj.DateRestrictionValidator, oj.LengthValidator, oj.NumberRangeValidator, oj.RegExpValidator, and oj.RequiredValidator to validate user input.

Using Oracle JET Validators

Use a custom validator in your Oracle JET application

How to reference a custom validator in an Oracle JET application.

Using Custom Validators in Oracle JET