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  • Business logic validation with BVF?

    I am just introduced to the Spring Module - BVF. It works very with simply validation rules. After reading the document, I can't figure out how it can be used for some quite base business logic validation. Say, I have a property called maxBid. The minimum of this field is depended on the type which is another property of the bean. I can't simply use the followings:

    Code:
    	public enum TYPE {
    		CPM, CPC
    	};
    
    	@NotBlank
    	@Min(0.01) // for CPC
    	protected float maxBid;
    
    
    	protected TYPE type;
    BTW, some text in the document is too small.
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