Provide possibility to easily configure validation rules for your project with FluentValidation.

Install-Package FluentValidation.Configuration -Version 0.3.0-rc



Configuration functionality for validators based on FluentValidation.

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This library represent simple way to manage validators that you have created with the great FluentValidation. The main idea is to provide you with possibility to register and resolve validators based on type you want to validate.


Lets assume you have created few validators with FluentValidation:

using FluentValidation;

public class CustomerValidator : AbstractValidator<Customer>
    public CustomerValidator()
        RuleFor(c => c.Name).Length(10, 50);
        RuleFor(c => c.Address).NotEmpty();

public class OrderValidator : AbstractValidator<Order>
    public OrderValidator()
        RuleFor(c => c.Number).NotEmpty();

With FluentValidation.Configuration you can easily register all your validators. You also can create new validator using fluent syntax without creating separate class. Just create your own implementation of IValidationProfile (use AbstractValidationProfile which taking care of trivial things and will let you concentrate your attention on validators registration):

using FluentValidation.Configuration;

public class ValidationProfile : AbstractValidationProfile
    public ValidationProfile()
        // Register existing validators.
        Configuration.Register(new CustomerValidator());
        Configuration.Register(new OrderValidator());

        // Specify validation rules for User using fluent syntax.
            .RuleFor(u => u.Name, rule => rule.Length(5, 50))
            .RuleFor(u => u.Email, rule => rule.EmailAddress());

When you want to get validator for some type - it could be resolved from validation configuration:

User user = new User();

IValidationProfile profile = new ValidationProfile();
IValidationConfiguration config = profile.Configuration;
IValidator<User> validator = config.GetValidator<User>();