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Add the current row's information in the onGetErrorMessage callback #92

spplante opened this Issue Aug 22, 2018 · 4 comments


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spplante commented Aug 22, 2018


  • Enhancement
  • Bug
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Expected / Desired Behavior / Question

When using the onGetErrorMessage callback on a text field, it would be great to have a second parameter currentRow: any in the callback in order to give the user the possibility to do some validations based on the other fields of the current row.

For example, if I have the columns Home Phone and Cell Phone and I want to do some custom validation on the Cell Phone column, like allow empty values only is Home Phone is provided.

So instead of having the following callback :

onGetErrorMessage(value: any)

We would have something like this :

onGetErrorMessage(value: any, currentRow: any)


@estruyf estruyf added the enhancement label Sep 6, 2018


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estruyf commented Sep 6, 2018

Thanks @spplante for reporting this. I will work on this one to get it included in version 1.10.0.

@estruyf estruyf added this to the 1.10.0 milestone Sep 6, 2018

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estruyf commented Sep 6, 2018

I pushed a change for this to support this. The callback provides you with the current value you are editing, index of the row and the item itself with all its properties.

Here is an example of a new item:

screenshot 2018-09-06 16 30 40

Here is an example of a stored item:

screenshot 2018-09-06 16 31 15

private minLengthValidation (value: string, index: number, item: any) {
  console.log(`Currently editing item nr: ${index === null ? "new item" : index}. It contains the following properties:`, item);
  return value.length >= 3 ? "" : "Should at least contain 3 characters.";

If you want, you can already test out the latest 1.10.0 beta:


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spplante commented Sep 6, 2018

Good stuff!


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estruyf commented Sep 17, 2018

Closing the issue as it got released in version 1.10.0.

@estruyf estruyf closed this Sep 17, 2018

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