There is a validation logic that should check for both conditions. if check 1 failed it should also check for check 2 but in this case if check 1 failed it is not executing check 2 but i need to check for both conditions though. Any idea's how to solve this problem.
private static bool xyzValidation<T>(T target, RuleArgs e) where T : classname
if (target.xyz > 0)
if (target.abc == 0 && puf..abc != 0) //check 1
e.Description = "Invalid record";
else if (target.abc == 78 && puf.abc == 78) //check 2
e.Description="Can't be the same";
I may not fully understand your question but my suggestion would be to
A: Create 2 separate rules and add both with priority = 0 (default).
B: Concatenate the error mesages into one string and then set e.Description.
A field may have more than one rule and my understanding from your description is that the conditions should be checked independent of each other - hens I would create and add 2 separate rules.
The rule engine will run all rules at Priority lower or equal ValidationRules.ProcessThroughPriority (default = 0) unless a rule explicitly sets e.StopProcessing = true.
Thanks! that solves my problem.
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