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Email Validation in the External Candidate Registration Process (Doc ID 1182533.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 12, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle iRecruitment - Version 11.5.10.2 to 12.1.3 [Release 11.5.10 to 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

Using iRecruitment, job seekers can visit an enterprise's job site, search for jobs, refer jobs to other individuals, and add jobs to a temporary job basket. They can register in iRecruitment to submit job applications to vacancies, by providing some personal information such as First Name, Last Name, Email Address and Password.

During the self-registration process, the candidate might unknowingly enter invalid characters in the Email address field. By default, the Email address entered by the candidate is not validated to check for correctness. This document explains how additional validations can be built in iRecruitment: Candidate Registration process, if restrictions or validations are to be applied to the Email Address field. For example: If the candidate has entered an invalid email address, i.e., without the ‘@’ symbol or with multiple ‘@’ symbols, or a space character etc, customers might want to display an error message.

There are two existing enhancement requests for this:

Enhancement Requests:
Bug 9412820 - EMAIL VALIDATION WHILE REGISTERING AT I-RECRUITMENT
Bug 5670594 - ESTABLISH AN EMAIL ADDRESS VALIDATION PROCESS DURING APPLICANT REGISATRATION.



This document explains how customers can create additional validations using the framework extension technique.

Note: Support is not staffed to deliver Consulting Services nor is this type of service priced into Support fees. Further assistance with this workaround would be considered consulting services.  This would be assistance with application development extensions of creating code and debugging sample code.

Please refer to Working Effectively With Global Customer Support <Document 166650.1> Limitations of Support section.



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