Click to confirm

If you need a validation attribute on your input object that simply requires the user to tick a box to confirm something, you can use the following

using System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations;

namespace YourApp.Validation;

public class MustConfirmAttribute : ValidationAttribute
    protected override ValidationResult IsValid(object? value, ValidationContext validationContext) =>
        value is bool boolValue && boolValue == true
        ? ValidationResult.Success!
        : new ValidationResult(ErrorMessage ?? "Please confirm");

The class is then consumed like so

public class SignYourLifeAway
  public string Name { get; set; }

  public bool Confirmation { get; set; }

This will work with any app that uses Data Annotations as a form of validation, such as ASP.NET MVC apps or Blazor.


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