1 views_ui.admin.inc views_ui_add_limited_validation($element, &$form_state)

Processes a non-JavaScript fallback submit button to limit its validation errors.


core/modules/views_ui/views_ui.admin.inc, line 691
Admin page callbacks for the Views UI module.


function views_ui_add_limited_validation($element, &$form_state) {
  // Retrieve the AJAX triggering element so we can determine its parents. (We
  // know it's at the same level of the complete form array as the submit
  // button, so all we have to do to find it is swap out the submit button's
  // last array parent.)
  $array_parents = $element['#array_parents'];
  $array_parents[] = $element['#views_ui_ajax_data']['trigger_key'];
  $ajax_triggering_element = backdrop_array_get_nested_value($form_state['complete_form'], $array_parents);

  // Limit this button's validation to the AJAX triggering element, so it can
  // update the form for that change without requiring that the rest of the
  // form be filled out properly yet.
  $element['#limit_validation_errors'] = array($ajax_triggering_element['#parents']);

  // If we are in the process of a form submission and this is the button that
  // was clicked, the form API workflow in form_builder() will have already
  // copied it to $form_state['triggering_element'] before our #process
  // function is run. So we need to make the same modifications in $form_state
  // as we did to the element itself, to ensure that #limit_validation_errors
  // will actually be set in the correct place.
  if (!empty($form_state['triggering_element'])) {
    $clicked_button = &$form_state['triggering_element'];
    if ($clicked_button['#name'] == $element['#name'] && $clicked_button['#value'] == $element['#value']) {
      $clicked_button['#limit_validation_errors'] = $element['#limit_validation_errors'];

  return $element;