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ZF-7631: Zend_Validate_NotEmpty compatibility

Issue Type: Bug Created: 2009-08-18T23:23:10.000+0000 Last Updated: 2010-06-09T05:54:04.000+0000 Status: Resolved Fix version(s): - 1.9.2 (25/Aug/09)

Reporter: Edi Skraba (edspiner) Assignee: Thomas Weidner (thomas) Tags: - Zend_Validate

Related issues: - ZF-7449

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Description

Zend_Validate_NotEmpty doesn't accept anything else then string, int, float, bool but it was. Now object, arrays, etc are returnd as "empty"

Comments

Posted by Thomas Weidner (thomas) on 2009-08-18T23:55:20.000+0000

No they're not. You should look which sort of failure is returned.

In the above case you get "Invalid type given, value should be float, string, or integer".

I agree that Arrays are missing. But a object can never be empty. To check a object for emptyness is quite useless and in my eyes a failure. Same for ressources.

Posted by Edi Skraba (edspiner) on 2009-08-19T01:53:16.000+0000

About objects:

What if i have such code:

$value = ($_POST['value']) ? new Zend_Date($_POST['value']) : null;

And im checking: Zend_Validate::is($value,'NotEmpty')

I know that i can make a different solution but - as above - i don't know what's the type of $value - i just wan't to check if it's "NotEmpty".

As You said the objects are never empty so it could bo something like: if(is_object($value)) return true;

Posted by Thomas Weidner (thomas) on 2009-08-19T13:08:38.000+0000

Fixed...

Allowed arrays. Objects and Ressources are disallowed.

Posted by Thomas Baumann (t11n) on 2010-06-09T05:53:59.000+0000

Please see ZF-9968

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