AJAX :: Using Validator Call Out Extender - Only One Message Should Display
Feb 2, 2011
I am using a compare validator control and also a ajax validatorcallout extender control for data check on a field.
Both of them work well...but only the ajax call out extender pop up error message should display ... right now I have both of them displaying.. it defeats the purpose of having calloutextender, if I am displaying the comparevalidatror message anyway on the webpage.
How do make it so that only the pop up calloutextender ajax is triggered and not the comparevalidator error message.
i ahve one custvalidator control in that i have used OnServerValidate="ValidateDateRange" ValidateDateRange is function i have written in serverside now i want raise error message without postback operation like (clientside validation) if that ValidateDateRange function returns false .
I have a regular expression validation control initialized to validate a textbox control. I want users to be able to enter U.S. Currency values ($12,115.85 or 1500.22 etc.). I found a regular expression off of regexlib website that does the trick. The validation control seems to be working except for one crucial thing. If invalid data is entered, the validation text dispalys (a red "*" next to the textbox), but the page will still submit and the error message won't pop up... I thought that the error message is supposed to display and the page won't submit if the validation control detects invalid data. Isn't this automatic with ASP .NET? I have searched extensively on how to create validation controls, but haven't found anything different than what I am already doing. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong here?
I have textboxs that define requiredfield validator for them..I want when I click on button if users don't type text in textbox it shows popupmenu some thing like ModalPopupExtender that I can define div on it and it shows just this text" please fill required field".
I want to save the input mask used in the control, but ONLY if a valid value was entered. In this markup, the mask is properly displayed and stored even if the user doesn't enter anything. Since a zero-length string is a valid value, the entered value is being stored in the database as (___) ___-____ If there is no value entered, the value stored should be a zero length string.
I wan to do a required field validation for the cascading dropdownlist . When my page first load out the validator is fired first in the google chrome, the callout extender message is prompt out first in the Google Chrome. I have tested the code in IE and safari, this two browsers never prompt out the validator callout first when the page is loaded.
i wonder why the google chrome will prompt out the validator when i validate the cascading dropdownlist. I have did some research on it, but failed to get any solution.
I have a validator callout extender that works, it shows the callout box. But, it does a postback. It didn't do a post back the first time I clicked the button but it did for subsequent times. I read on the AJAX site that a custom validator must be used with this for it to work. I'm currently using this with a required field and regular expression validator. It works, the callout appears, but it doesn't work every time with out the post back.I posted this to see if there is a way to get this to work with a required field and regular expression validator, with out using a custom validator. I'm using the newest release of the toolkit, so I thought the documentation may be old, since the callout is appearing.
I am using Ajax Validator call out extender to validate a web form. The error messages are displayed as expected. But I am able to save the form with data that should not have been entered. For ex: for a number field, I type in "sdsd" and the ajax control displays a pop up displaying the error message "Numbers only allowed"..
but at the same time, I can click on the submit button with the text in the number field... at which time, the web page displays error as I am trying to insert a text in a data type int field. I either have to clear the field on pop up error display or not let the user click submit when ajax validator is active. whats the best way?
For some reaon the black outline isn't appearing around my Validator Callout Extender's callout box. I don't have a css class set. It should display a yellow callout with a black outline. Like on the sample page:
It shows the yellow call out with the black outline around the pointed part but not the main box.
I don't see a property that would help define the location where matched items should be displayed. I have a strange behavior where if there are multiple matches, AutoComplete extender displays the list of matches nice right below my TextBox. However, if there's only one match, it's displayed some 30 or so pixels above the TextBox. Strangely, I find myself hitting the up arrow key because the suggestion is displayed above but looks like the expected behavior is down arrow.
My slideshow extender work perfectly fine, but I want to retrieve the current display picture's information on the server side.
So I added a normal asp button on the same page as the slideshow extender. When button clicked, it fire off a server side function. In the function I grabbed the SlideShow's name label, description label or the Image, but none of them contain any current information of the picture displayed at slideshow extender.
Is there another way to obtain the slideshow extender current state? Or am are those name, description label text value should be updated?
I want to display message content when i click on subject without refreshing the page, what controls i should use, it should like inbox mail, when i click subject messages will hide and aontent will display like that i want.shoould i hide the grid and display the content????// or using i frames should i call???which controld i should use, like update panel, and iframes.if i use iframe any problem.
I have an AJAX Calendar extender that puts the date in the textbox in this format: MMMM d, yyyy. I also have a compare validator control that does at DataTypeCheck for DATE. However, when the Calendar Extender enters the date as MMMM d, yyyy (eg. November 2, 2010) the compare validator doesn't like it. It only seems to like the date in the format MM/dd/yy. Not sure how to get this compare validator to accept the input format from the calendar extender?