I am trying to check for a condition such that a date in an input control (textbox) is not greater from a date 1 years from current date(exactly) and also it should not be less than a date 1 year back from current date. for eg. if today's date is "21/dec/1990" then usen cannot enter a date in textbox which is less than 21/dec/89 and it should not be greater than 21/dec/1991. for this i first tried to confirm the greater than condition, i wrote the following code:
When attempting to place controls in different content areas using Masterpages and trying to use a compare validator, I get the error: Unable to find control id 'txtStartDate' referenced by the 'ControlToCompare' property of 'cvlDate'. I have also attempted to set it within the c# code behind in page load: cvlDate.ControlToCompare = txtStartDate.ID and by using findControl there must be an easy way to achieve this?
When it comes to field validation, when I use a Compare Validator to make sure a date is a date or a numeric field has a number, I must also use a Required Field Validator to make sure there is something actually enetered. In other words, the Compare Validator allows a blank value even though a blank is not a date or number or whatever.
Is using both a Required Field Validator and a Compare Validator the way to do this or is there some way to make the Compare Validator also require input of some kind?
I'm trying to compare two dates to make sure one is not greater than the other using a customvalidator and validatorcallout. However, I can't seem to get it to work and I've tried many examples but I can't seem to get what I want to work
I have a textbox and the date needs to be in between two dates. I want a popup message to display when they are out of those parameters. I don't want to use the Validator's because they make you put in a date to move forward.
One option is if I do use them is it anyway to add "out of date parameters" when they don't meet those dates then move to the next question?
Another option would be to just check the date, give an error message and move to the next question. Is it possible to do either one of these?
All of the examples I can find show the compare validator being used to see if two values are the same. Validation is succesfull if these values are the same, such as password confirmation.I want validation to succeed if values are not the same. I want to use this to be sure that someone doesn't enter the same value for two phone number fields. I want the two values to be different. Can the compare validator be used for this? I wasn't able to find any properties or examples that used it in this way. If not, how should this be done?
I have a form where one field needs to check if the person is up to 17 years of age by between 01/01/2011 and 12/31/2011.
So I added a a Range Validator and Validator Callout Extender
How can I get the page to check this range when the user enters in their dob in the dob textbox then when they go and enter a date in the bmidte box (if they are over 17 years of age) I want my error message to apper.
Here's the aspx page code:
RangeValidatorBMIDte.MinimumValue = "01/01/2011" RangeValidatorBMIDte.MaximumValue = "12/31/2011" RangeValidatorBMIDte.ErrorMessage = "Date Entered is NOT Valid. Value needs to be between 01/01/2011 and 12/31/2011." 12/31.
I am facing an issue which is i have Custom Validator on TextBox control and Compare Validator on the Same TextBox control now the issue is if custom validator and compare validator is firing at the same time. My Scenario like this I am checking the Date in DD/MM/YYYY format in Custom Validator and the entered should not be greater than Todays date i am checking in Compare Validator so if my Custom Validator fails then it should not fire Compare Validator but its firing how can i Synchronize my above functionality.
I've got a booking form which allows users to pick dates. User clicks FromDate button which activates calendar control, they select date from calendar which then populates a textBox. I have a compare validator which checks that the SelectedDate is greater than the current date, if the SelectedDate is in the past then the validator fires error message. This works as fine, however, when the validator fires it disables the FromDate button so the user is unable to pick another date from the calendar as the focus goes to the TextBox which is being validated - how do I get around this? Here's the code:
I have a requirement where i want compare only the date part of a DateTime Object not the seconds with the another object.I tried if(DateTime.Compare(dt1, dt2) == 0) where it compares both date and seconds, but i want only date part.