I placed 2 requiredfieldvalidators in my page (well, actually, more like a dozen of them, but only these 2 behave this way) and can not seem to figure out why the error message will not be displayed. The validation function works (the processing code is not run and focus is returned to the first field that fails validation) but no error message.
I am trying to handle the unhandled exceptions in my project.I tried with this following code in my web.config filebut it is not at all redirecting to an error page which i have created instead of that it is throwing an exception in my code itselef. How to print the error description over therein my custom error page.
I have a customvalidator to validate the sum of 2 drop downs.. the validation code is working, because if the sum doesnt match my logic the page is not submitted, but if i select values that match my logic, the page is submitted.. so i know the logic is working, but the error message is not working.. and not sure why..
Some background, last week i had this working based on additional controls, but the business decided they wanted less questions on the form, so all i did was remove the controls from the validation and updated the logic to make sure it was only calculating against the existing controls. reminder that the validation is working( meaning that the page is not being submitted because it failed ) but the error message doesnt display on the page, so no one knows what is happening..
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 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".
All the examples and websites i have looked at redirect a user to the error.aspx page when an error occurs. How do you just display a friendly error message on the page the user is viewing saying something like "Sorry unable to do whatever" I've tried using a try catch block on my class that executes a stored procedure and put another try catch on the controller, but this does not work and i still get the default error message (System.InvalidOperationException was unhandled by user code) My code is below:
So how can i just return ViewData["SqlError"] message in page.
here is the problem I have:There are 2 textboxes: uxActiveDate, uxExpireDate. Expiredate has 2 validators attached to it:
In the markup:
In the code behind file: [Code]....
The problem is when expire date is selected before active date, and current date, then both the error messages are displayed. I have to set priority or something so that these 2 messages are not displayed at the same time. Is it doable?
PS: Since if required field validator does not pass, then other validators dont execute, I guess there is a way to set priority so that if one validation is not passed others will not execute. Validation summery is not an option, since it does not show message client side.
i m doing when i enter travel id in textbox1 and click on button1 then in textbox2 i retrieve the travel agency name according to the travel id i entered in textbox1, I want when no record is found according to the travel id i entered in textbox1 then in textbox2 it shows the message no record found ...this is coding i use to retrieve record in textbox2 by enter travel id in textbox1 : have a look ...
Protected Sub Button4_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button4.Click Dim SQLData As New System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection("Data Source=.SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|ASPNETDB.MDF;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True") Dim cmdSelect As New System.Data.SqlClient.SqlCommand("SELECT * FROM a1_vendors WHERE VendorId ='" & TextBox1.Text & "'", SQLData) SQLData.Open() Dim dtrReader As System.Data.SqlClient.SqlDataReader = cmdSelect.ExecuteReader() [code]...
I've recently finished building one of my first websites (and CMS) in ASP.NET but have came across a problem where a RequiredFieldValidator isn't working as it should do? I originally created the admin page to not require the RequiredFieldValidator, but now that I do need it the page won't acknowledge it's there. I have even set the field in the database to not accept nulls, but the query will still insert a null value into the database (SQL Server 2008 Express).
The TextBox that I'm referring to is "txtSectionTitle"
I have this admin page where i want to throw an error if they select more than 5 items from the list. I was trying to do this on the server side. When the selected items is more than 5, I get an error screen.
We would like to display an image of a checkmark if the input was valid or an image of a stop sign and text if the input was not valid.I believe I need to do override the EvaluateIsValid method. I have never extended a control before and was hoping someone could point me in the correct direction.