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Last Updated: 22 Sep 2016 21:40 by Javier
Elliot
Created on: 19 Nov 2015 20:07
Category: NumericTextBox
Type: Feature Request
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Change Numeric TextBox k-min/k-max Validation behavior
Currently if k-min is set to 100 and a value less than 100 is entered the control will automatically change the value to 100.  

This is very poor behavior.  User input should NEVER be automatically changed to another value. The users rarely notice this and it leads to incorrect data being stored.

What should happen is that it should raise a validation error.  Further it should support using Angular validation for these errors.
6 comments
Javier
Posted on: 22 Sep 2016 21:40
user input should never be ovewritten 
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Petyo
Posted on: 19 Sep 2016 05:51
We shipped a demo that includes a validation integration in R3 2016 - http://demos.telerik.com/kendo-ui/numerictextbox/validation
Bill
Posted on: 31 May 2016 23:37
I concur.  I gave a really bad estimate for a simple 3 column grid with some validation rules that validated the fields and also implemented a unique rule across two fields.  The solution took quite some time as the first columns validation rule would hit while the second columns validation would never hit whenever the Tester clicked "Add New Row".  I had to override the toolbar's create button via template and then implement a method similar to the one found here http://www.telerik.com/forums/validation-for-new-record-in-batch-edit-grid.  I expect the validator to validate the rules set on all columns when clicking "Add New Row' and if that's not the default, then there should exist a property to set it as such.
Nikola
Posted on: 21 Mar 2016 13:35
I strongly support this issue, escpecially in conjuncion with Angular.
Imported User
Posted on: 27 Feb 2016 19:23
We are facing the same problem on our project -- We would prefer the input just be cleared, or a validation error, but not user input coercion.

Otherwise great form widget library!!
Imported User
Posted on: 01 Feb 2016 07:13
User input should not be over written by kendo.