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  8. Tomahawk Property Inspectors
  9. Tomahawk Tag Reference
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9. Tomahawk Tag Reference

Documentation > Tomahawk > Tomahawk Tag Reference > Tomahawk Tag Library > t:validateEqual

t:validateEqual

<p>The <t:validateEqual> tag allows you to validate user input by comparing it with another backing bean property. This is useful, for example, when validating a password or an e-mail address twice.</p>

Example

<t:validateEqual> </t:validateEqual> 

Tag Attributes

detailMessage Text
 
alternate validation error detail message format string (use 'message' and 'detailMessage' alternatively)
for Text
 
The for attribute is the id of the component this component extends or is part of. This attribute is required by some tags.
message Text
 
The message attribute defines an alternate validation message for this tag.
summaryMessage Text
 
alternate validation error summary message format string