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Making address2 field required in PrestaShop

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We're using PrestaShop 1.5.4.1. We need to make address2 field "required" like address1, so that users cannot submit the address form if they don't fill the address2 field. I don't mean putting asterisk* to its label inside its .tpl file, I mean making it really required.
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by:Ray Paseur
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SSCCE -- What have you tried so far?  Please show us the code you're using, thanks.
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by:sbayrak
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I only edited the relevant address2 label inside /themes/mytheme/address.tpl and added
an asteriks * by using <sup>*</sup> so far, nothing else...

                {if $field_name eq 'address2'}
                <p class="required text">
                        <label for="address2">{l s='Address (Line 2)'} <sup>*</sup></label>
                        <input type="text" id="address2" name="address2" value="{if isset($smarty.post.address2)}{$smarty.post.addre
ss2}{else}{if isset($address->address2)}{$address->address2}{/if}{/if}" />
                </p>
                {/if}

thanks in advance.
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by:lenamtl
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What is the code of address one?

You have to add validation field
* will only display it, this will not validate the field.
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by:sbayrak
ID: 39670950
Well I can't see a validation in address1 field also, at least in address.tpl file.
They're both almost identical. Somewhere else, there should be a separate function to control the validation doings I think...


                {if $field_name eq 'address1'}
                <p class="required text">
                        <label for="address1">{l s='Address'} <sup>*</sup></label>
                        <input type="text" id="address1" name="address1" value="{if isset($smarty.post.address1)}{$smarty.post.addre
ss1}{else}{if isset($address->address1)}{$address->address1}{/if}{/if}" />
                </p>
                {/if}
                {if $field_name eq 'address2'}
                <p class="required text">
                        <label for="address2">{l s='Address (Line 2)'} <sup>*</sup></label>
                        <input type="text" id="address2" name="address2" value="{if isset($smarty.post.address2)}{$smarty.post.addre
ss2}{else}{if isset($address->address2)}{$address->address2}{/if}{/if}" />
                </p>
                {/if}

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by:lenamtl
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The address validation is located in classes/Validate.php
You can duplicate the class and add a new variable name $address2
I have not tested I'm not sure if it's will work ok.
Backup your files prior trying this modification.

add this class to
classes/Validate.php

   /**
    * Check for a postal address2 validity
    *
    * @param string $address2 Address2 to validate
    * @return boolean Validity is ok or not
    */

    static public function isAddress($address2)
    {
        return empty($address2) OR preg_match('/^[^!<>?=+@{}_$%]*$/ui', $address2);
    }

 

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and change your new code in address.tpl for this
 {if $field_name eq 'address2'}
                <p class="required text">
                        <label for="address2">{l s='Address (Line 2)'} <sup>*</sup></label>
                        <input type="text" id="address2" name="address2" value="{if isset($smarty.post.address2)}{$smarty.post.addre
ss2}{else}{if isset($address2->address2)}{$address2->address2}{/if}{/if}" />
                </p>
                {/if}

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by:sbayrak
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Adding your code to classes/Validate.php causes WSOD (white screen of death). I tried some different variations of it, but the result didn't change, all WSOD. I think your logic is right but somehow it does not work within classes/Validate.php. I changed static < > public order, OR with || and etc., it didn't work...
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by:lenamtl
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Have you also edited your address2 code line address.tpl ?
I will install it and make test tonight
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by:lenamtl
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I think this is because the variable is not declared at the begining of code page.
Check for other occurrence of $address in the code.

Could you enable error display
http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.error-reporting.php
error_reporting(E_ALL);

I will try to install it and make test tonight
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by:sbayrak
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I refered the changes I did in address.tpl previously above;
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web_Development/Web_Languages-Standards/PHP/Q_28300789.html#a39670950

Yes, as you said, it cannot be redeclared;
PHP Fatal error:  Cannot redeclare ValidateCore::isAddress() in classes/Validate.php on line 359

Actually there're no other occurrences of $address in Validate.php file.
Thank you.
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by:lenamtl
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Ok we have to rename isAddress to isAddress2

static public function isAddress($address2)

in classes/Validate.php



So it should now be like this:
   
/**
    * Check for a postal address2 validity
    *
    * @param string $address2 Address2 to validate
    * @return boolean Validity is ok or not
    */

    static public function isAddress2($address2)
    {
        return empty($address2) OR preg_match('/^[^!<>?=+@{}_$%]*$/ui', $address2);
    }

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Let me know if there are other occurrence of isAddress
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by:sbayrak
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Ok., now it doesn't end with WSOD. Site is working but address2 field can still be submitted empty. I mean it didn't become a required field.

Here is the latest version of funct. I derived from its working brother ($address);  

       /**
         * Check for a postal address validity
         * 
         * @param string $address2 Address to validate
         * @return boolean Validity is ok or not
         */
        public static function isAddress2($address2)
        {
                return empty($address2) || preg_match('/^[^!<>?=+@{}_$%]*$/u', $address2);
        }

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And, there's no any other occurrence of isAddress.
Thanks
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by:lenamtl
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Just for a test could you comment the derived function and replace it with the one I provided
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by:sbayrak
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Sure, I copied and pasted your code as is and nothing changed. No WSOD but field is still optional.
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by:lenamtl
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ok thanks I will try to find out and get back to you asap
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lenamtl earned 500 total points
ID: 39674808
Check
classess/address.php

find this line
  
 'address2' => array('type' => self::TYPE_STRING, '' => 'isAddress', 'size' => 128),

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change it for

 
'address2' => array('type' => self::TYPE_STRING, 'validate' => 'isAddress2', 'required' => true, 'size' => 128),
 

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by:sbayrak
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No, actually I didn't add anything to anywhere else different than I mentioned here up until now.
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by:sbayrak
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It works now. Thank you so much for your efforts to resolve it.
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