A description of how validation patterns must be displayed within form structures.
This type of validation occurs on the fly, while the user fills in the form. It doesn't require the user to fill in the entire form or the form to be submitted to see it.
Forms have inline validation. All form fields that can be checked against a set of rules while filling them in must show success or error state to the user.
There may be a case when only one indeterminate field is required in a form or fieldset. In this case, follow these guidelines:
Set a mandatory mark in the fieldset title.
It is recommended to include a short help text below the title. Ex: "Please enter at least one of the following fields."
All fields must be marked with the corresponding validation color.
Forms are validated when they are submitted via the "Save" action. When a form is completely validated, it first runs partial validation on all of the mandatory fields. If this is successful, a service is called.
The example below communicates the return of that service call with an embedded alert.