This tutorial will explain the basics of setting up validation with Spring MVC.Prerequisites: You should have a basic understanding of how to submit forms using Spring MVC.It then suppresses that content, allowing you to view and sign the document in a static and secure state.This tutorial with full source code will show how to validate a form submission in Spring MVC using JSR-303 annotations.
The script has a catalog of almost all the common validation types built-in.
Each digital signature has an icon identifying its verification status.
Verification details are listed beneath each signature and can be viewed by expanding the signature. This feature analyzes the document for content that may alter the appearance of the document.
If you do not already understand Spring MVC basics, follow some of my other Spring tutorials first. To get started, we first need a couple JARs in our classpath.
Add the Java validation API and the Hibernate Validator implementation JARs:. This is Spring’s object that holds the result of the validation and binding and contains errors that may have occurred.
The trust level of the certificate indicates the actions for which you trust the signer.