Custom validation in Lightning Web Component

by Rijwan Mohmmed
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Hello friends, In this post, we’re going to learn how we can apply Custom validation in Lightning Web Component(LWC). We’re going to create a simple form and then we’ll apply validation to each field one by one.

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It is common for users to enter incorrect data when working with input values, so we need to validate the data and display a custom error message for the user.

Key Highlights :

  1. Create a simple form.
  2. Validate each field with a custom error message.
  3. Show user-like error messages.
  4. Use the setCustomValidity() and reportValidity() methods to validate and display custom error message.

Code :

Customvalidationlwc.HTML :

	<lightning-card title="Custom validation in Lightning Web Component" icon-name="standard:contact">
		<div class="slds-var-p-around_small">
			<lightning-input class="nameCls" label="Enter Name" type="text" required></lightning-input>
			<lightning-input class="emailCls" label="Enter Email" type="email" required></lightning-input>
			<lightning-input class="dateCls" label="Enter Date" type="date" required></lightning-input><br/><br/>
			<lightning-button class="slds-align_absolute-center" label="Validate" variant="brand"

Customvalidationlwc.JS :

import { LightningElement, track } from 'lwc';

export default class Customvalidationlwc extends LightningElement {

    handleValidation() {
        let nameCmp = this.template.querySelector(".nameCls");
        let dateCmp = this.template.querySelector(".dateCls");
        let emailCmp = this.template.querySelector(".emailCls");
        if (!nameCmp.value) {
            nameCmp.setCustomValidity("Name value is required");
        } else {
            nameCmp.setCustomValidity(""); // clear previous value

        if (!dateCmp.value) {
            dateCmp.setCustomValidity("Date value is required");
        } else {
            dateCmp.setCustomValidity(""); // clear previous value

        if (!emailCmp.value) {
            emailCmp.setCustomValidity("Email value is required");
        } else {
            emailCmp.setCustomValidity(""); // clear previous value

Output :


Reference :

  1. Salesforce

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