But the custom error message in the resource file is being ignored. and I get the following message.Email must match the expression ^[a-zA-Z][w.-]*[a-zA-Z0-9]@[a-zA-Z0-9][w.-]*[a-zA-Z0-9].[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z.]*[a-zA-Z]$.If I set the ErrorMessage in the attribute it works fine but it then cannot use the ResourceFile.The RequiredAttribute Validators are working fine. Is this a known issue or I'm I missing something.
If I decorate my model with a regular expression + localized string resource, and the ErrorMessageResourceName does not resolve to something on the object, the following things happen:
The regular expression is ignored altogether from a validation perspectiveNo error messages are raised in the MVC application.I would love it if the framework floated an exception in this instance because exclusion of this rule could have far reaching implications.The following is a modification to the ChangePasswordModel.NewPassword property in the stock MVC 2 RC1 project that exhibits the behavior. Note that while the MyResources does exist in my project, the EMResourceName does not exist on it.
I'm using a model which receives some input from a form and has some validation logic attached via attributes. In one case I'm validating personal names, which should include only letters, apostrophes, spaces and dashes, and be no more than 50 chars long. So I have a model property like:
Everything works fine BUT the RegularExpression attribute: if I add it, I always get a validation error, even when what I type in my form is a valid name (e.g. "Foo"). No matter how I modify the regular expression or what I type, I always get an invalid name error.
(For some reason, I cannot see the regex posted correctly here: it is just ^ followed by the Unicode Letter class and + including a Unicode letter class, apostrophe, whitespace and dash, ended by dollar: i.e. start of string - any letter - any of the following: letter, apostrophe, whitespace, dash, 1 or more times; end of string).
I am migrating my application to MVC3 and getting this error message Validation parameter names in unobtrusive client validation rules must start with a lowercase letter and consist of only lowercase letters or digits.How can I ovoid it without going and modifying all my ViewModels
I am using ASP.NET's server-side validation. In the page_load event I'm calling Page.Validate(), and if Page.IsValid is not true I'm then polling the controls to figure out which ones are not valid, and then determining what actions to take.It would be much easier if each control would raise an event as validation fails, allowing me to take action for that particular control. I'm very much a naive programmer when it comes to validation, but is there a way to extend these controls so that a validation error raises an event?
I am creating dropdown controls in code behind. in some conditions I need to add validation control to dropdowlist. But Validation not firing when I submit button.
If mQuestion.RequiredToAnswer = True Then Dim mValidator As New RequiredFieldValidator mValidator.ControlToValidate = mDDL.ID mValidator.InitialValue = mDDL.Items(0).Text mValidator.Display = ValidatorDisplay.Dynamic mValidator.ErrorMessage = "* Required!" mTableCell.Controls.Add(mValidator) End If
I have other dropdown controls on aspx page with validation comtrols. Those are working fine. Only when I ddl and validations from code not working?
jQuery validation is working fine on my machine, when i pushed it to test server it won't it's throwing some errors which is kind of surprising.These are the errors I am getting: $.validator is null or not an object...I've never gotten this error before and it throwing an error when I declared a variable like var isValid.I don't know what to do. I am doing the custom validation methods not in the document.ready(). Does this cause this error? I wonder because all jquery validations are passing and hitting the server side validations.
I'd like to implement ajax message box that will gather information from validators on a page when client-side validation fires. Like: I have left some text fields blank then press submit button and appropriate RequiredFieldValidators show messages. I would like my message box shows those messages too. I am looking for appropriate way to hook on validators JS event or something.
Is this possible? I can't figure out if there is a way to write code behind that only fires if this particular validator control fails validation or something. I know I can write code that runs when the entire page is not valid. But I just want this code to run when this validator returns invalid. Hope this makes sense.
I use the oob client side validation from mvc 2 RC. The input field validation errors are working fine. But the validation summary is missing. How to get the validation summary on client side validation?
I had a mvc 1.0 site. I converted that to mvc 2.0 preview. I couldn't get DataAnnotations validation to work. My model has one single property marked as required. ModelState.IsValid is always true. I tested this feature working on a brand new mvc asp.net 2.0 site, but not in converted site! Can I get some pointers on trouble shooting this issue? Where should I start?
Is there a way to disable request validation on an action without having to add the line <httpRuntime requestValidationMode="2.0"/> to Web.config? I'm currently posting XML to a controller action and get the "A potentially dangerous Request.Form value..." error. Is disabling request validation the only way to get the post to work, or is there some way I can intercept and encode the value that contains XML between the view and the controller action?
I have a search control in my master page with the following validation on the search btn's OnClientClick:
Then in the content page I have various controls with validation and a validation summary. I have few custom validators on the content page like below:
which uses the clientvalidationsfunctions which set the validity of the page.Now when I leave the search box in the header blank and I click the submit btn in the content page it posts me back to same (source) page and while debugging I find that the Page.IsValid is false. But if I write something in the search textbox in the master page and the fill the required fields in the content page and click the submit btn in content page it works fine. Why is that so? My validation groups are different on master page and content page.
I'm interested in identifying a means to verify the server-side validation is performing as expected, but need to bypass the client-side validation being done using ASP.NET validation controls. To test this, I've tried using the form Poster add-on to Firefox that allowed me to get/modify the page contents and post it, but the .NET framework interpreted the submission as harmful and threw an application error ("A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client").I've created a WinForm that includes a WebBrowser control and I'm able to manipulate the contents of the web page and invoke the button click, but am interested in seeing how to allow a postback with invalid input values. I don't want to assume the server-side validation works (even though I do check if Page.IsValid on the server on postback).This submits the web form in the WebBrowseer control and the expected client-side validation fires: extendedWebBrowser1.Document.GetElementById(formButtonName).InvokeMember("click"); This is how I've manipulated some of the page contents (this just prevents submission): mshtml.IHTMLDocument2 doc = extendedWebBrowser1.Document.DomDocument as mshtml.IHTMLDocument2; string html = doc.body.innerHTML; html.Replace("Page_ValidationActive = false", "Page_ValidationActive = true"); doc.body.innerHTML = html.ToString(); extendedWebBrowser1.Document.GetElementById(formButtonName).InvokeMember("click");
I have the following markup. The errorPanel was first only used to show server side exception messages, and works fine like that. Now I'd like to incorporate my validation summary into that same errorPanel.
My problem now is that the required validation happens client side, and I want to keep that, so I have no server side opportunity to make errorPanel visible, in order to make the validation summary visible.
I see I have two options: Do validation server side, and use my code there to make the panel visible, or hook into the client side code somehow and catch an event there when the summary should be made visible, and then also make the errorPanel visible. How could I go about the latter?
I receive the following error when I try to access a page link that says http://localhost:4199/Movie/Hide_%26_Seek. How do I resolve this issue. A potentially dangerous Request.Path value was detected from the client (&).here are the details of the sample code.I have a main page that lists movies from the database. The name I receive from DB is "Hide & Seek"
in Movies.aspx the movie names are listed as below
with above code it displays the name correctly as "Hide & Seek", but the link generated reads as "Hide_%26_Seek".
First, the link is always shows %26 and not "&".
Second, Upon clicking the link it shows the following error.
"A potentially dangerous Request.Path value was detected from the client (&)."
as per the msdn docs, I have also tried with the following custom validation code
I have implemented customised registratio page by extending the membership provider using profile provider.I successfully registered the user .Now i want to validate the fields of registration page.Built-in Registration page has builtin validation messages.
Bu in my coding i am not passing model to the registration action, instead i am passing properties.So if i Use If(ModelState.IsValid) it is always gives true even i am not filling any fields .but after it throws an exception but not displaying error messages in the page.tell me what i have to do.How i am getting my validation messages.
I saw Account Models class in that for register Model built in validation conditions are there.So i am also writing like that for my properties.
Im looking for some input on a validation problem i have. My demands for validation are:
1. Able to do database checks
2. Error messages are custom and imported from other localized source as stringvariables(NOT resource files).
3. DRY serverside and clientside validation.
As far as ive seen data annotations dont work well under these cirumstances, custom attributes are needed just to be able to output the strings(wonder why this wasnt thought of). This isnt a dealbreaker but as ive tested sofar custom attributes must be added in the global.asax wich i 1. cannot get to work in the CMS im building this on and 2. i dont want to have to edit the global.asax everytime the scripts are implemented. Serverside this solution works fine though. From what ive read IDataErrorInfo should not be used? So havent really checked how to get this rolling with client-side either.
My thought was using custom service layer validation with xval but documentation is very poor to the extent i could find any(couldnt find any real nfo on how to implement xval with your own code, ie not using the autgened client-side metadata wich leads to the annotation problem described above). So i have a hard time finding any working solution other than to build something 100% custom.
Do anyone have a solution or perhaps some information or can steer me in any direction on the best way to getting this done in a good fashion other than building custom?