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Using the jamselect widget with min and max values

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I needed to have users select from a list of keywords, in this example they must select at least two keywords but they cannot select more than six.

The keywords will be stored in a text field in a comma delimited format. The keywords will be created by the site administrator.

In a very timely fashion the
[jamselect](http://www.yiiframework.com/extension/jamselect/ "jamselect") widget showed up, thanks volkmar!

The widget does not provide min/max filtering so I will implement a custom rule.

### First put the widget in a form
This is my implementation.
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