Question4Replies658ViewsX css_citi Member since 2016 1 post Citi Posted: 3 years agoLast activity: 3 years 6 months ago Closed Customizing pega oob error messagesWe have a requirement, where all the pega oob error messages (for textbox/text areas/date controls) are to be modified to "Invalid dataFor example: I want to display "Invalid data" instead of 'Value cannot be blank', when there is a blank value in any text box or text area.Please let me know how can this be achieved.Thanks,***Updated by moderator: Lochan to update Categories*** Low-Code App Development User Interface ReplyI also have this Question (0) FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Question, please write a new Question. Posted: 3 years agoShashidhar_Palle PEGA replied to css_citiHello, Are you referring to the error text that gets displayed for Required field client side validation? In that case, you may save-as the pyMessageLabel . Value cannot be blank rule and update the Translate to with the desired message. Posted: 3 years agochandrassarma TCS replied to Shashidhar_PalleThank you Shashi, it is working fine for the text boxes and test areas.But for the date control, it is displaying the entered date + Invalid input. For ex: If i enter 13/15/2016(mm/dd/yyyy), then it is showing as "13/15/2016 Invalid input".It needs to be displayed only 'Invalid Input'. Posted: 3 years agoAkshaySinha PEGA replied to css_citiHi, Try saving the pyMessageLabel . Value cannot be blank rule in your ruleset and translate with the desired message you want. Thanks. Posted: 3 years agoSantanu PEGA replied to css_citiConsidering your requirement >> all the pega oob error messages (for textbox/text areas/date controls) are to be modified to "Invalid data Since there are around 400 field values are present in the applicaiton, i think the best way is to run localization wizard :) even though you dont want to translate your applicaiton. Go the fourth step of the wizard and download the content. In the folder you will see an xml named TextToTranslate. Here you can find out the complete list of all the field values associated with error messages. You can then open those field values one by one and update them. Just an idea. Others can comment.