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Validations in Openbravo

Validations in openbravo are meant to ease the user's interaction with the system. The most simple example would be, there are two tables c_country and c_region provided in the core module. Now at run time when an user chooses a country he would want the regions of that particular country to be displayed. this is achieved by validations. Validations can be applied to four basic data-types in openbravo.  They are Button, List, TableDir and the Table. Now to add a validation go the validation menu in the Application Dictionary-->Setup. Provide a new name under your module and add your logic in the Validation code column. There are 3 types of validations possible viz, SQL,Java and JavaScript. Lets do the SQL type. now to validate the region all you got to add is "c_region.c_country_id=@c_country_id@" . Now add this in column "c_region_id" in any table that you have used. Now for further insight, the "@" symbol is used to fetch the value of the variab…