- ContainsCharactersAttribute: Performs validation on strings by verifying if it contains a character set using the ContainsCharacters mode.
- DateTimeRangeValidatorAttribute: Performs validation on DateTime instances by comparing them to the specified boundaries.
- DomainValidatorAttribute: Validates an object by checking if it belongs to a set.
- EnumConversionValidatorAttribute: Validates a string by checking it represents a value for a given enum type.
- HasSelfValidationAttribute: Indicates the target type defines self validation methods.
- IgnoreNullsAttribute: Indicates that a null value is to be allowed by the validator represented by the validation attributes for the language element this attribute is bound.
- NotNullValidatorAttribute: Logs a failure when validating a null reference.
- ObjectCollectionValidatorAttribute: Performs validation on collection objects by applying the validation rules specified for a supplied type to its members.
- ObjectValidatorAttribute: Performs validation on objects by applying the validation rules specified for a supplied type.
- PropertyComparisonValidatorAttribute: Performs validation by comparing the a value with the value of a property on the target object by using a specified comparison operation.
- RangeValidatorAttribute: Performs validation on instances by comparing them to the specified boundaries.
- RegexValidatorAttribute: Performs validation on strings by matching them to a Regex.
- RelativeDateTimeValidatorAttribute: Validates a DateTime value by checking it belongs to a range relative to the current date.
- SelfValidationAttribute: Marks a method as implementing self validation logic. Used in conjunction with HasSelfValidationAttribute.
- StringLengthValidatorAttribute: Performs validation on strings by comparing their lengths to the specified boundaries.
- TypeConversionValidatorAttribute: Validates a string by checking it represents a value for a given type.
- ValidatorCompositeAttribute: Indicates that the kind of composition to use when multiple ValidatorAttribute instances are bound to a language element.
It is very easy to define your own validators: just inherit from BaseValidationAttribute and implement your own validation logic.