7.19.1
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Error Handling
Property Validation
Property values entered are validated against their type. Optional validation expressions need to be specified in JavaScript where the property value is referred as _this.value. The expressions need to be evaluated to a boolean value (true|false). Examples:
  • Only uppercase values are valid for strings: _this.value == _this.value.toUpperCase()
  • Only numbers larger than 10 are valid: _this.value > 10
  • Date value needs to be after 2016-12-04 12:45:30: _this.value.isAfter(java.time.LocalDateTime.parse(\"2016-12-04T12:45:30\")
  • Valid email string: /\[email protected]\S+/.test("_this.value")
In case the validation fails for the value entered in the Local Code Editor, the defined validation message is presented to the user. The value entered can be referenced using the %s specifier. For example, typing the value MyString for a string type Local Code property where the property definition's validation expression and message are
  • _this.value == _this.value.toUpperCase()
  • Only upper case letters are allowed. '%s' has lowercase letters,
will result in the message Only upper case letters are allowed. ''MyString' has lowercase letters.
String type property validation

Editing property definitions

A new property definition can be added to a Local Code System by pressing the + button located in the Additional properties the section toolbar and selecting the type of the property. The attributes of the new property can be set using the editor. User-defined properties on the Local Code Editor are presented in the order of the corresponding property definitions configured on the Local Code System Editor. The order of the definitions can be rearranged using the arrow buttons located on the property definition section headers. The detailed definition of a property can be collapsed individually or by pressing the Collapse All button on the section toolbar. Pressing the Expand All button shows the details of all the property definitions. To remove the property, the X button located on the section toolbar needs to be pressed.
Removing a property definition from a Local Code System will result in removing all the corresponding properties from every Local Code under the Local Code System.
To persist the changes, the Local Code System Editor needs to be saved.
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