(Quick Reference)

hasErrors

Purpose

Checks whether a bean, request scope, or model reference has any errors and if so invokes the body of the tag. Typically used in conjunction with either eachError or renderErrors

Examples

Checks whether there are any errors for any bean throughout the request scope:

<g:hasErrors>
    <g:eachError><p><g:message error="${it}"/></p></g:eachError>
</g:hasErrors>

Checks whether there are any errors for the specified bean

<g:hasErrors bean="${book}">
    <g:eachError><p><g:message error="${it}"/></p></g:eachError>
</g:hasErrors>

Checks whether there are any errors for the field "title" of the specified "book" bean:

<g:hasErrors bean="${book}" field="title">
    <div class="errors">
       <g:renderErrors bean="${book}" field="title" as="list" />
    </div>
</g:hasErrors>

As a method call in GSP:

<div class="prop ${hasErrors(bean:user,field:'login', 'errors')}">
    <label for="login"><input type="text" name="login" />
</div>

In this case we check for a field error on a particular field and set a CSS class on the surrounding div thus allowing us to highlight the error with a red border by appending the errors CSS class.

Checking for errors inside a nested object:

<div class="prop ${hasErrors(bean:parent, field:'child.name', 'errors')}">
    <label for="child.name" />
    <input type="text" name="child.name"
           value="${fieldValue(bean: parent, field: 'child.name'} />
</div>

Description

Attributes

  • bean (optional) - The bean to check for errors

  • model (optional) - The name of the model reference to check for errors

  • field (optional) - Check if a field of the bean or model reference has errors

Source

{source:tag=ValidationTagLib.hasErrors} {source}