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-->
<!--
    DTD for the Validator Rules Configuration File, Version 1.2.0

    To allow for XML validation of your rules configuration
    file, include the following DOCTYPE element at the beginning (after
    the "xml" declaration):

    <!DOCTYPE form-validation PUBLIC
     "-//Apache Software Foundation//DTD Commons Validator Rules Configuration 1.2.0//EN"
     "http://jakarta.apache.org/commons/dtds/validator_1_2_0.dtd">

    $Id: validator_1_2_0.dtd 478334 2006-11-22 21:31:54Z niallp $
-->



<!--
     The "form-validation" element is the root of the configuration file
     hierarchy, and contains nested elements for all of the other
     configuration settings.
-->
<!ELEMENT form-validation (global*, formset*)>


<!--
    The elements defined here are all global and must be nested within a
    "global" element.
-->
<!ELEMENT global (validator*, constant*)>


<!--
     Defines what validator objects can be used with
     the fields referenced by the formset elements.
     elements:
       validator         Defines a new validatior
       javascript        The javascript source code for client side validation.
     attributes:
         name            The name of this validation
         classname       The java class name that handles server side validation
         method          The java method that handles server side validation
         methodParams    The java class types passed to the serverside method
         msg             a generic message key to use when this validator fails.
                         It can be overridden by the 'msg' element for a specific field.
         depends         The comma-delimited list of validator that are called before this validator.
                         For this validation to succeed, all the listed validators must succeed.
         jsFunctionName  The name of the javascript function which returns all fields of a certain type.
         jsFunction      The name of the javascript function which is passed the form for validation.

-->
<!ELEMENT validator (javascript?)>
<!ATTLIST validator name CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST validator classname CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST validator method CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST validator methodParams CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST validator msg CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST validator depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST validator jsFunctionName CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST validator jsFunction CDATA #IMPLIED>



<!--
     Defines a JavaScript that can be used to perform
     client-side validators.
-->
<!ELEMENT javascript (#PCDATA)>


<!--
     Defines a static value that can be used as
     replacement parameters within "field" elements. The "constant-name" and
     "constant-value" elements define the constant's reference id and replacement
     value.
-->
<!ELEMENT constant (constant-name, constant-value)>
<!ELEMENT constant-name  (#PCDATA)>
<!ELEMENT constant-value (#PCDATA)>


<!--
      Defines a set of forms for a locale. Formsets for
      specific locales can override only those fields that change. The
      localization is properly scoped, so that a formset can override just the
      language, or just the country, or both.
-->
<!ELEMENT formset (constant*, form+)>
<!ATTLIST formset language CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST formset country CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST formset variant CDATA #IMPLIED>


<!--
     Defines a set of fields to be validated. The name
     corresponds to the identifier the application assigns to the form. 
-->
<!ELEMENT form (field+)>
<!ATTLIST form name CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST form extends CDATA #IMPLIED>
 


<!--
     Defines the properties to be validated. In a
     web application, a field would also correspond to a control on
     a HTML form. To validate the properties, the validator works through
     a JavaBean representation. The field element accepts these 
     attributes:

     property        The property on the JavaBean corresponding to this
                     field element.

     depends         The comma-delimited list of validators to apply against
                     this field. For the field to succeed, all the
                     validators must succeed.

     page            The JavaBean corresponding to this form may include
                     a page property. Only fields with a "page" attribute
                     value that is equal to or less than the page property
                     on the form JavaBean are processed. This is useful when
                     using a "wizard" approach to completing a large form,
                     to ensure that a page is not skipped.
                     [0]

     indexedListProperty
                     The "indexedListProperty" is the method name that will
                     return an array or a Collection used to retrieve the
                     list and then loop through the list performing the
                     validations for this field.

-->
<!ELEMENT field (msg|arg|var)*>
<!ATTLIST field property CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST field depends CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST field page CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST field indexedListProperty CDATA #IMPLIED>


<!--
     Defines a custom message key to use when one of the
     validators for this field fails. Each validator has a default message
     property that is used when a corresponding field msg is not specified.
     Each validator applied to a field may have its own msg element.
     The msg element accepts these attributes.

      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
      
      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.

      key         The key that will return the message template from a
                  resource bundle.

      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
                  value rather than a bundle key.
                  [true]
-->
<!ELEMENT msg EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST msg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST msg name CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST msg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST msg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>



<!--
     Defines a replacement value to use with the
     message template for this validator or this field.
     The arg element accepts these attributes.

      name        The name of the validator corresponding to this msg.
      			  If not supplied, this argument will be used in the given 
      			  position for every validator.
      			  
      bundle     The resource bundle name that the key should be resolved in.      			  

      key         The key that will return the message template from a
                  resource bundle.

      resource    If set to "false", the key is taken to be a literal
                  value rather than a bundle key.
                  [true]

      position    The position of this replacement parameter in the message.
                  For example, position="0" will set the first argument.

             N.B. Since 1.2.0 position is ignored for 'default' arguments
                  (i.e. those with no 'name' supplied) - it is calculated
                  automatically from the order the arguments are added in.
                  For 'overriden' arguments (i.e. those with a 'name')
                  it is optional. If 'position' is not supplied it will
                  use the position of the 'default' argument it follows.
-->
<!ELEMENT arg EMPTY>
<!ATTLIST arg key CDATA #REQUIRED>
<!ATTLIST arg bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST arg name CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST arg resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST arg position CDATA #IMPLIED>

<!--
     The "var" element can set parameters that a field may need to pass to
     one of its validators, such as the minimum and maximum values in a
     range validation. These parameters may also be referenced by one of the
     arg? elements using a shell syntax: ${var:var-name}.

     N.B. resource ='true' indicates that the var-value is a resource key,
          with the option to specify the bundle name. Validator doesn't do
          anything itself with these values. Down-stream systems need
          to resolve resource values.
-->
<!ELEMENT var (var-name, var-value, var-jstype?)>
<!ATTLIST var resource CDATA #IMPLIED>
<!ATTLIST var bundle CDATA #IMPLIED>



<!--
     The name of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
-->
<!ELEMENT var-name  (#PCDATA)>



<!--
     The value of the var parameter to provide to a field's validators.
-->
<!ELEMENT var-value (#PCDATA)>

<!--
     The javascript type. Possible Values [int|string|regexp] 
-->
<!ELEMENT var-jstype (#PCDATA)>

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