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Nigel Li
Hi, when I use omitempty as the second tag for a string pointer field, the program panic.
Here is the issue go-playground/validator#654
Here is the PR go-playground/validator#657
Would anyone like to help me with this issue, or correct my usage?
#664 has just been added complete with tests. Would be great addition to merge this
Arjun Mahishi
hey guys.. I get this as the output when I try to go get this package
 $ go get github.com/go-playground/validator/v10
cannot find package "github.com/go-playground/validator/v10" in any of:
    /usr/local/go/src/github.com/go-playground/validator/v10 (from $GOROOT)
    /home/arjunmahishi/go/src/github.com/go-playground/validator/v10 (from $GOPATH)
But it's working when I do go get github.com/go-playground/validator
(without the v10)
ahmar siddiqui
Hello guys
thanks for creating such a robust validator I'm a go-lang noob and yet I can use it efficiently
had a query regarding validating enum types
is it possible to validate ?

Hello, I'm new to this library and have a question on validation for specific strings.

Which way is good to validate specific string such as some status string defined like this ?

I need to apply the same type validation to multiple places.

const (
    StatusSuccess = "success"
    StatusFail = "fail"
    StatusProcessing = "processing"

var validStatusList = []string{

I found 2 ways to do it using struct tag or custom validation.
I'm wondering costome valiation is better for the case we would like to use variables for validation in my current understanding because in struct tag way like the following, the strings needd to be hardcoded in struct tag.

type SomeStruct struct {
    status string `form:"status" json:"status" binding:"required,oneof=success fail processing"`
Dean Karn

@koifish082_twitter I recommend using a custom validation since you've stated you'll want to use it in multiple places.

I would use a map with the keys being your enum values and value of bool and then can us that map directly in your custom validations rule

Phani Rithvij
Hi, I have a few questions
  1. Is there a way to specify and/or constraints i.e. can be a valid email or phone no?
  2. Negations? I need a value that should not be a valid email but should be a valid alphanum
If not alphanum then alphanumunicode
Phani Rithvij
I settled with this finally validate:"alphanumunicode,excludesall=!@#$%^&*()"
ahmar siddiqui
trying to apply custom validation on *multipart.FileHeader seems to be not working ¯_(⊙︿⊙)_/¯
ex: Logo *multipart.FileHeaderform:"logo" json:"logo" binding:"filetype" gorm:"-"
Vlad Suciu
Is there a way to get a simpler error message? My messages appear as "Error:Field validation for 'Title' failed on the 'required' tag" however, if i check translations/en.go i see some friendlier messages for e.g. for required "RequiredString is a required field". Without the "tag" wording.
I have add an issure go-playground/validator#707 and fixed it with pr go-playground/validator#709
Hi everyone. I use v10. I get panic when validation tags of slice contain dive and unique. I get a panic if dive stays before unique, if dive stays after It is working correctly. Could u explain me why?
hi everyone im encountering an issue which im unable to resolve and would be happy to get hlp from the community.
im trying to dep ensure the validator/v10 and i get the folowing errs : Solving failure: No versions of github.com/go-playground/validator met constraints:
v10.4.1: Could not introduce github.com/go-playground/validator@v10.4.1, as its subpackage github.com/go-playground/validator/v10 is missing. (Package is required by (root).)
how to add validate json
pls help me show example how add validate before save in db ?
Gautam Sathe
Hello everyone!
Can someone please point me to a guide on how to use containsany? Thanks
@lnelectronic Screenshots are neither easy to read nor very accessible for many people. Please consider copying code, errors, or command output into the Go Playground, or a GitHub Gist
Hi, required_if works very well and so does required_unless. But i need something that if field A is equal to "abcd", then B should definitely be not there. required_unless is like field B is not required but can still be there.
How to do something like this? To mandatory omit a field if some field has value equal to something.