I m trying to use jquery validation plugin but my form is in update panel. So even after applying the validation on submit the form it validates and shows the required message for hardly 2 seconds and then submits the form.
What is the workaround for this?
I am running into a problem on a page which has an UpdatePanel. The input field with the validator (1 to make it simple) is in a Panel within an UpdatePanel. The Panel is set to Visible=False at the first Page Load. There's a button inside the UpdatePanel which makes the Panel with the Validator Visible.
Validation is being performed, so the validation summary wil be shown in a div on a page, but the validation is not being called by the WebForm_OnSubmit() function in this case, because it's not being rendered.
Is there another function that has to be overriden for this case? I know I can use a Full Postback for the New button and then all the stuff needed is being rendered on the page, or I can make the panel not visible by using a style, but I don't prefer that because there are a lot of pages with this situation.
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I am having an issue where i have fields on a form that contains an update panel that i want to do Jquery validation on. The issue is when i click the OK button, the validation error message appears then goes away. the code is below:
I've had a look around to see if this has been answered, and there are many similiar questions here but none that match the problem I'm having, so here goes.
I have a jQuery animation that runs on all pages. It works fine on all pages except those with a .NET Update Panel. The items that are animated are not part of the Update Panel at all, they have nothing to do with it.
From other similiar questions and answers here, people have suggested using jQuery's .live() and also the PageRequestManager.getInstance().add_endRequest() but none of these are valid here, as the items are outside of the Update Panel. (I've also given them a try, just in case!)
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