Regexp on custom order item

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3 months 3 weeks ago #336084

-- HikaShop version -- : 4.4.3
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Hello,
i need a "custom order field" to be exactly 7 char, how can i achive this? with regexp?
i need the same for a custom order field for email value, how is the correct value to enter in the regexp field during "custom order field" configuration?

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3 months 3 weeks ago #336085

Hello,

No need to regex, see my screenshot to see how to set your Custom field with some adjustements :



The most important is of course the red bordered part in the screenshot that prevent to enter more than 7 characters.
Hope this will fit your needs.

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Last edit: 3 months 3 weeks ago by Philip.

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3 months 3 weeks ago #336088

Hello,
i already set up maximun lenght thank you!
what i need is minimum, because my filed must be of 7 char, no more no less

in addition i have another custom filed to enter an email value, and i want hikashop to check that the format is correct (an email value) so i think i need to enter the regexp but i cannot understand how to enter it
can you please provide an example?

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3 months 3 weeks ago #336089

Hello,

Correct, forgive me I missed the point, that you need 7 characters no more, no less.
Then, you have to build a regex, you were right, have a look on this Stackoverflow topic.
=> Example :
^[:;,\-@0-9a-zA-Zâéè'.\s]{1,7}$
This regex may be useful for your needs, I add another tips in order to help you to build regex, which is often a job that can be complicated, even for us.
=> Use this online regex tool to test & analyze.

And so, in order to check that your input contains a valid email, you can use this kind of regex ( Stackoverflow link ).

Hope this will help you to achieved what you need.
regards

Last edit: 3 months 3 weeks ago by Philip.
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