Is it possible to validate the signature component inside a web block?

I am developing a credit card application where you are able to apply for a certain credit card. I am using Outsystems 11 on the web module. 

Hello,  

Did you refer to this component?
https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/501/Signature/

I only used in webscreen but I think is possible to use it in a webblock. Did you try it?


BR,

Luis

Luís Cardoso wrote:

Hello,  

Did you refer to this component?
https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/501/Signature/

I only used in webscreen but I think is possible to use it in a webblock. Did you try it?


BR,

Luis

Yes it is that component I am using 


Baden Pelston wrote:

Luís Cardoso wrote:

Hello,  

Did you refer to this component?
https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/501/Signature/

I only used in webscreen but I think is possible to use it in a webblock. Did you try it?


BR,

Luis

Yes it is that component I am using 


Did you try to use it inside a webblock? Did you have problems with that?


Luís Cardoso wrote:

Baden Pelston wrote:

Luís Cardoso wrote:

Hello,  

Did you refer to this component?
https://www.outsystems.com/forge/component-overview/501/Signature/

I only used in webscreen but I think is possible to use it in a webblock. Did you try it?


BR,

Luis

Yes it is that component I am using 


Did you try to use it inside a webblock? Did you have problems with that?


Yes, I am using the signature inside the web block but I am not sure how to validate the signature inside the web block. 


What kind of validations did you refer?

Luís Cardoso wrote:

What kind of validations did you refer?

Nothing yet because I don't see any option to validate inside a web block. I am currently busy with a form where a user is supposed to confirm their details with a signature below. I want validation for that component in case the user does not submit any signature on the form.


You can associate the signature to a Variable in the webblock and check if is filled.

Luís Cardoso wrote:

You can associate the signature to a Variable in the webblock and check if is filled.


Can you perhaps give an example of how I can implement this solution


Baden Pelston wrote:

Luís Cardoso wrote:

You can associate the signature to a Variable in the webblock and check if is filled.


Can you perhaps give an example of how I can implement this solution


Hello Baden,

Can you prepare an example about how you wanto to build the webblocks and the screen?


Thanks


Luís Cardoso wrote:

Baden Pelston wrote:

Luís Cardoso wrote:

You can associate the signature to a Variable in the webblock and check if is filled.


Can you perhaps give an example of how I can implement this solution


Hello Baden,

Can you prepare an example about how you wanto to build the webblocks and the screen?


Thanks


I have attached a screenshot of my work hope it will suffice. I basically want an error message or pop up that will appear if the user does not submit a signature.


Baden Pelston wrote:

Luís Cardoso wrote:

Baden Pelston wrote:

Luís Cardoso wrote:

You can associate the signature to a Variable in the webblock and check if is filled.


Can you perhaps give an example of how I can implement this solution


Hello Baden,

Can you prepare an example about how you wanto to build the webblocks and the screen?


Thanks


I have attached a screenshot of my work hope it will suffice. I basically want an error message or pop up that will appear if the user does not submit a signature.


Hi,


Can yousend the module (oml file) with that screen and the webblock please?