Custom Field validation

I am trying to validate a custom field using a groovy script .

if(subpayrate < billrate)

{

log.warn("Submission Pay Rate is less than billrate");

invalidInputException = new InvalidInputException("fixVersions", "Fix Version/s is required when specifying Resolution of \"Fixed\"")

}

I have initialized the invalidInputException but the transition is not failing.
How do you fail the transition on field validation failure

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do you just initialize the Exception, or do you also throw it?

I'm personaly not quite familiar with Groovy, but in Java an exception would also have to be thrown:

throw new InvalidInputException("Something went wrong");

Also, where exactly do you execute your code? Inside a Validator class?

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