Hoping I can get some insight. The RadzenNumeric component handles decimal values just fine, but when I want to use the RadzenNumericRange validator to check for decimal limits, Max and Min only takes integer values.
I have a nominal dimension in thousandths of an inch and I'm trying to make sure the lower limits do not exceed (nor upper limits deceed)
No problem I think to myself, so I just wrote a method that returns an appropriate integer that will trigger the validation. (If LL > Nominal, return 0 for Max, else null essentially).
This works ok, but the feedback is not instant like it is for a hardcoded value. That is, the validator will show a green box until a buttontype "submit" is clicked, at which point the validator will function correctly.
It will also function if I press enter while the RadzenNumeric is focused. (But not on a tab-out)
Is there a way to trigger whatever is happening when I hit enter to provide instant feedback to the user that their value is wrong? Or alternatively, a way to use a decimal value with the NumericRangeValidator effectively?
I have tried:
Calling TemplateForm.EditContext.Validate() (with an @ref in the TemplateForm html)
Thank you for any assistance.