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Rocket's FromForm parsing is strict by default. In other words, A Form<T> will parse successfully from an incoming form only if the form contains the exact set of fields in T . Said another way, a Form<T> will error on missing and/or extra fields. For instance, if an incoming form contains the fields "a", "b", and "c" while T only contains "a" and "c", the form will not parse as Form<T> .

Rocket allows you to opt-out of this behavior via the LenientForm data type. A LenientForm<T> will parse successfully from an incoming form as long as the form contains a superset of the fields in T . Said another way, a LenientForm<T> automatically discards extra fields without error. For instance, if an incoming form contains the fields "a", "b", and "c" while T only contains "a" and "c", the form will parse as LenientForm<T> .

You can use a LenientForm anywhere you'd use a Form . Its generic parameter is also required to implement FromForm . For instance, we can simply replace Form with LenientForm above to get lenient parsing:

By default, Rocket matches the name of an incoming form field to the name of a structure field. While this behavior is typical, it may also be desired to use different names for form fields and struct fields while still parsing as expected. You can ask Rocket to look for a different form field for a given structure field by using the #[form(field = "name")] field annotation.

As an example, say that you're writing an application that receives data from an external service. The external service POST s a form with a field named type . Since type is a reserved keyword in Rust, it cannot be used as the name of a field. To get around this, you can use field renaming as follows:

Rocket will then match the form field named type to the structure field named api_type automatically.

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If a form is submitted with a bad age, Rocket won't call a handler requiring a valid form for that structure. You can use Option or Result types for fields to catch parse failures:

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Handling JSON data is no harder: simply use the type:

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mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive

1) Mutually Exclusive – the first measure ensures that each individualanswer given in a single or multiple response survey question cannot be true at the same time. Survey writers need to double-check theirlisted responsesso that each answer is exclusive to another. Thisis a common mistake among inexperienced survey writers (and even experienced ones).

1) Mutually Exclusive –

Incorrect Example: See below. Examining the answers a through g, you’ll see that they overlap and are not mutually exclusive. If a survey respondent is 35, which answer do they select – c or d ? This is a common mistake on any type of aided range question – income level, length of time, date ranges, etc.

Correct Example: See below. Age ranges are mutually exclusive. No one answer can be true for more than one of the answer categories.

2) Collectively Exhaustive – the second measure ensures that all answers given for the question cover the entire realm of possible answers. Survey writers listing answers in an aided single or multiple response question need to make sure that all potential answers to the particular question are listed for the respondent. And remember, when in doubt, use “other!”

2) Collectively Exhaustive –

Incorrect Example: See below. Examining the answers, you’ll see that not all potential answers are covered in the given list. What if a respondent wants to receive a coupon through email? What if a respondent wants to receive a coupon when theyvisit the store? This is a common mistake for any aided single or multiple response question.

Correct example: See below. This corrected question now lists email and also more importantly provides an option for the respondent to write-in an other. This is a good way for survey writers to ensure they are covering all the proverbialbases of answers. If you have multiple newspapers or magazines in your region that reach your target market, you may want to list of each specific newspaper or magazine to better target your coupons. You could also ask the respondent to specify which newspaper or magazine.

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