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Developing Business Services with ADF BC

Developing Business Services with ADF BC

Developing Business Services with ADF BC

Hello all,

I was following the tutorial at http://www.oracle.com/technology/obe/obe1013jdev/10131/bslayer/bslayer.htm#t2s5, which is Developing Business Services with ADF Business Components

AND i was wondering if i could add a custom validation that would: prevent the user from entering a Gender IF the credit limit is greater than 400? Is this possible? If so, could some point me in the right direction

    public boolean validateEmail (String value)
     return (value.indexOf('@') != -1 );


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