class UuidValidator extends ConstraintValidator

Validates whether the value is a valid UUID (also known as GUID).

Strict validation will allow a UUID as specified per RFC 4122. Loose validation will allow any type of UUID.

For better compatibility, both loose and strict, you should consider using a specialized UUID library like "ramsey/uuid" instead.

Constants

PRETTY_DATE

Whether to format {@link \DateTime} objects as RFC-3339 dates ("Y-m-d H:i:s").

OBJECT_TO_STRING

Whether to cast objects with a "__toString()" method to strings.

STRICT_LENGTH

STRICT_FIRST_HYPHEN_POSITION

STRICT_LAST_HYPHEN_POSITION

STRICT_VERSION_POSITION

STRICT_VARIANT_POSITION

LOOSE_MAX_LENGTH

LOOSE_FIRST_HYPHEN_POSITION

Methods

initialize(ExecutionContextInterface $context)

Initializes the constraint validator.

validate(mixed $value, Constraint $constraint)

Checks if the passed value is valid.

Details

in ConstraintValidator at line line 46
initialize(ExecutionContextInterface $context)

Initializes the constraint validator.

Parameters

ExecutionContextInterface $context The current validation context

at line line 67
validate(mixed $value, Constraint $constraint)

Checks if the passed value is valid.

Parameters

mixed $value The value that should be validated
Constraint $constraint The constraint for the validation