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Chapter 13: Data Validation 214 # ... notblank: true Now if we try and save a User record with a username that is a single blank white space, validation will fail: Listing 13-12 // test.php // ... $user = new User(); $user->username = ' '; if ( ! $user->isValid()) { echo 'User is invalid!'; } No Space The no space validator is simple. It checks that the value doesn't contain any spaces. Listing 13-13 // models/User.php class User extends BaseUser { // ... public function setTableDefinition() { parent::setTableDefinition(); // ... } } $this->hasColumn('username', 'string', 255, array( 'nospace' => true ) ); Listing 13-14 Listing 13-15 Here is the same example in YAML format. You can read more about YAML in the YAML Schema Files (page 195) chapter: --- # schema.yml # ... User: columns: username: type: string(255) nospace: true # ... Now if we try and save a User with a username that has a space in it, the validation will fail: $user = new User(); $user->username = 'jon wage'; ----------------- Brought to you by

Chapter 13: Data Validation 215 if ( ! $user->isValid()) { echo 'User is invalid!'; } Past The past validator checks if the given value is a valid date in the past. In this example we'll have a User model with a birthday column and we want to validate that the date is in the past. // models/User.php Listing 13-16 class User extends BaseUser { // ... public function setTableDefinition() { parent::setTableDefinition(); // ... } } $this->hasColumn('birthday', 'timestamp', null, array( 'past' => true ) ); Here is the same example in YAML format. You can read more about YAML in the YAML Schema Files (page 195) chapter: --- # schema.yml Listing 13-17 # ... User: columns: # ... birthday: type: timestamp past: true # ... Now if we try and set a birthday that is not in the past we will get a validation error. Future The future validator is the opposite of the past validator and checks if the given value is a valid date in the future. In this example we'll have a User model with a next_appointment_date column and we want to validate that the date is in the future. // models/User.php Listing 13-18 class User extends BaseUser { ----------------- Brought to you by

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