We have a page where the client has made some odd demands for behavior and I
need to know if they are possible and if so, how one would do them.

The basic gist is that the user is filling out alot of data and may not know
it all right away.  So they can enter the record in a sort of "scratch" way,
leaving fields blank initially.  But, if they enter something, we will apply
full validation.  

However, we want to tell the user that the field is required...but save it
anyway.  So imagine the user fills out 50% of the fields, sees errors on
blur for format failures, then hits save.  The form puts yellow warning
messages on the component feedback panel instead of red error messages
saying "Field required" or whatever.

But, on the server, as long as all the red validations (the formats) are
satisfied, we still want to save the record so that the user can come back
and fill the rest later.

There are several things I don't know how to do here:
1) How do I add a different css class to a warning message as opposed to a n
error.
2) How do I get control if only warnings are issued so I can save.
3) I still want to show a message up top in the message panel that alerts
them to look at their controls for warnings/error.

Help?

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