How to add Custom Validation In Bagisto

Updated 30 June 2023

To create custom validation in bagisto :-

Step 1:  Inside the package where you need  to  create validation for go in Modal say User model. Create a custom validation rule class:

In this example, we assume that the user data is stored in a users table, and you’re using the User model.

Step 2 :  Use the custom validation rule in your controller or form request:

In the example above, name, email, and phone are the fields you want to validate. The UniqueUserDataRule is used for each field, ensuring that the values are required and unique. The required and email rules are added to the email field to enforce required and valid email input.

Make sure to include the namespace of the custom validation rule class at the top of your controller or form request file, like use App\Rules\UniqueUserDataRule;, depending on the location of your custom validation rule file.

By using this custom validation rule, you can ensure that the user name, email, and phone number fields are both required and unique, displaying the defined error message when the validation fails.

Note: I’ve explored this while contributing to the Laravel-based project Bagisto, you can also learn a lot from the enterprise-level open-source Bagisto and do contribution to it.

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