I've spent the last 6 hours trying to figure this out, I'm likely being dumb.
I'm trying to create a POST endpoint that has parameters that are required based on the value of another parameter.
register_rest_route( 'thing/v1', '/thingy/(?P<foo>\d+)', array( 'methods' => 'POST', 'callback' => array( $this, 'create_something' ), 'args' => array( 'foo' => array( 'required' => true, 'type' => 'integer', ), 'bar' => array( 'required' => true, // make this false if foo = 3 'type' => 'integer', ), ), ) );
I've tried a few things including:
- Setting a callback as the required value. (It didn't get into the function so I guess it doesn't like callbacks).
- Using validate_callback with required as false by default, the problem was that if the parameter wasn't submitted to the request it didn't get into the function.
- Using validate_callback with required as true by default, the problem was that the parameter still existed when it wasn't needed (which in my case would cause issue further down the line).
I was looking through the core for a filter or hook that would let me change the required value dynamically, (a little hacky sure), but I couldn't find anything.
Just thought I'd ask here, incase I'm missing something obvious.