I want to do: when I was clicked the btnSubmit if All texts are empty popup will show !!!
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I have a sql database that on some field will have a empty string/field. I am using a Datalist to display my results. How do I not make the labels that are empty not display? Currently if the field is empty it will leave a space there which my goal is if the field is empty do not leave a white space instead move the other colunms up.
I am exporting ASP.net filed values to Ms-Word using following code without any hurdels .I have around 70 fileds on my webform, all the fields are not filed with values some are blank.when i am taking the print out blank fields should not get printed.How can i modify following code.
I have a form that has contact fields, billing address, and shipping address. So if i fill out my contact information ONLY and left billing and shipping address blank then hit submit, the validation for the billing address and shipping address appears. Ok no problem, there is a check in each billing and shipping fields that once click on it copies the address from contact to billing or shipping fields. Everything works except for the validation messages. They are still there. Is there a way to remove the validation message after the textboxes are populated with data?
I have the this current design. I use a web service/jquery perform client-side validation and to return 1 of 4 integers. At present I store it in a hidden field but it could be passed directly. I then deploy4 validators that when validated, validate the integer and trigger a custom error message. The ideal scenario I would like to be able to do this with one validator and switch the error message accordingly. On the server side the code could look like this:
This control is used multiple times on one aspx page. The issue is that each time an instance of the control is validated due to a text change any prior error messages are cleared from the validation summary. I want the validation summary to maintain prior error messages during the postback.
This is probably going to end up as a stupid question, but countless research has offered me no results. I know there are different types of errors I want to check for, and when I should be throwing an exception for "exceptional" errors, and that I should create validating functions for input and other checks. My problem is, how do I send an error back to a page when the data entered fails in a separate class?
User input entered in Page1.aspx, click calls Submit() in Class.vb Class.vb finds that input is invalid How do I update Page1.aspx label to say "Hey, that is not right".
I am using 4 required field validators,4 regular expression validators and 4 compare validators for 4 text boxes.Is it possible to show error messagesin an alert or message box when validation fails?If possible please send code sample.
asp.net with vb. I thought this would be easy but have been reading for an hour and not found out how to simply repost a page where form data has been entered and return the page with some error messages about what was entered. I want to return the page with all input controls with the data just as the user entered them before submitting. the error messages are labels that were blank when the page is first loaded. preferably the page returns focused to the topmost error error message. if that can't be done I would populate some label at the top of the page with something to the effect that 'errors were found, scroll down to see the errors'
I'm working on a very dynamic site build at the moment. What I'm trying to do is creating something like a survey that can be created dynamically from a control panel. In the control panel you add input fields (these are saved in a database), what the user then see is a form that I generate from the database. So if I add 3 input fields to the database the survey will contain 3 fields. If I add 20 fields the survey will have 20 fields.
Now my problem is that I want to validate these fields, and I would like to be able to hook me in with the standard validation flow. I can't create a Model with validation rules since the number of fields and their names are dynamic the only thing I know is what kind of data that is expected in every field (this rule is found in the database). In an ordinary case I would get the automatic highlighted fields that are not valid and so on thanks to the built in validation flow with ValidationResult and so on.
So the question now is can I somehow simulate parts of the validation and then hook me back in with the validation result, and if not valid, the form prints the error messages and fill the fields with the data that was given?
I am populating data into formfields when i select checkbox in a grid view with the following code.I have 20 record set in database,Quotenumber(Main column) starts 3001 ,3002,3003..........3020.I am allowing duplicate entries meant that i have 4 recordset only on 3000 quotenumber like wise i may have 3or more record set on 3010,problem here is when i select first one of 3000(Quotenumber) it is supposed to populate the record set of first one of 3000 but only last one of 3000(quotenumber) is getting populated into form field.Can any one provide solution to this.
Code for Populating Data into formfield when you select checkbox ina grid view.
Dim indx As Integer Dim connectionString As String = "Database=xxxx;" & "Data Source=localhost;" & "User Id=root;Password=xxxx" Dim query As String = "SELECT QuoteNumber,Revision,Vendor,PartNumber FROM quotes order by QuoteNumber" Dim connection As New MySqlConnection(connectionString) Dim da As New MySqlDataAdapter(query, connection) Dim ds As New DataSet() Dim myAdapter As New MySqlDataAdapter myAdapter = New MySqlDataAdapter(query, connection) myAdapter.Fill(ds, "QUOTES") Dim dt As DataTable = New DataTable() 'DataTable Initializes a new instance of the DataTable class with no arguments. da.Fill(dt) Dim checkbox As CheckBox = CType(sender, CheckBox) checkbox.Checked = True Dim row As GridViewRow = CType(checkbox.NamingContainer, GridViewRow) Dim i As Integer For i = 0 To dt.Rows.Count - 1 Step i + 1 If (dt.Rows(i)("QuoteNumber").ToString = row.Cells(1).Text.ToString()) Then indx = i End If Next DDQuote.Text = dt.Rows(indx)("QuoteNumber").ToString() txtRev.Text = dt.Rows(indx)("Revision").ToString() DDVend.Text = dt.Rows(indx)("Vendor").ToString() txtPart.Text = dt.Rows(indx)("PartNumber").ToString()
I've read some articles about how to customize the look and feel of CreateUserWizard but none of them showed me if I can display my error messages somewhere else in the layout. Currently, they appear right above the register button. I'd like to display them next to the table so that there's plenty of space.
For error messages, validation faults etc you have
But, where do you put success responses like "You successfully transfered alot of money to your ex." + "Your balance is now zero". I still want to set it at the controller level and preferably in key-value way, the same way as errormessages but without invalidating the modelstate.
I have a listview control bound to an SqlDataSource. As part of the formatting I want to add a title to the data returned from my database. For instance if the data base returns a phone number I want to add 'Tel.' first. However I do not want to diplay this title if the datafield is empty. Here is what I have done so far.