You can specify a character string (prohibited character string) that does not allow registration.
An example of specifying a cellular mail address as a forbidden character string.
Detailed definition of model item "Input check", in the column of prohibited character stringRegular expressionSpecify.
Here, "\\" (half-width character) is an escape process for interpreting the next character "." As a period character instead of a regular expression.
I will introduce sites describing Java regular expressions.
Prohibited character string check is to set the entire character string for which registration/update is prohibited.
For example, if "&" is set in the same setting field, you can not register "&" only for that item, but you can register characters like "A & B & C".
If you want to prohibit the registration of a character including "&", please set it as follows in the regular expression.
An example of prohibiting input including the following characters is explained.
To prohibit the registration of a character string including these three characters, please set it as follows in the regular expression.
To specify multiple prohibited character strings, enumerate each regular expression by comma.
Warning is displayed, but when you make setting that you do not disturb the registration itself by pressing the save button here, specify "warning" from the list box on the right side of the input field.(When it is blank, you can not register if an error occurs.)
Please check whether an error is output to the runtime log (logs/system.log) of the Wagby application you built.If a character string such as "illegal syntax pattern" is included here, there is an error in the expression.