Web Forms :: How To Show Error Message On Top Of Page
Aug 24, 2013
I want to display error messages on submit button.
My view is for example i got 5 error messages when i clicked submit button. First it shows 1st message and goes to that particular error.after rectifying the 1st error it goes to 2nd error message like that...
i am using create user wizard and capturing other information within content template when a new userregisters. Some of the textboxes are binded to required field validators.there is a validation control on the page and ShowMessage box is True.If they dont complete some of the text boxes then the message box pops Up with the error message.It does not however include information errors like "User already exists" or Email address already existsfrom the create user wizard membership UserName and Password Textboxesis it possilbe to hook all of these up so I get one message box with all errors including membership ones?
I have 5 fields on my web form out of which 2 are hidden. i have to validate all of them so i have associated required field validator with all of them. it works fine it does not shows me the error message for the controls that are hidden at that point of time.now i added a custom validation control and when this validation fails all the error messages are shown... can some body please tell me what am i doing wrong and what is the best approach that can be followed in this case.
in my code i need to display error message and redirect the user to another page...so i used response.write() first to display error msg and then response.redirect() to redirect the user to another page...but im unable to see the error msg...it just redirects to other page...is there any other way to display error msgs?
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'm using the Authorize attribute to filter controller actions based on user roles, but if an unauthorized action is attempted, the user is redirected back to the login page. As I user I would find this confusing and irritating. How can I instead show an error message informing the user they need certain roles, and remain on the view where they attempted an action?
I have a textbox, with a RequiredFieldValidator and a ValidatorCalloutExtender. The calloutExtender comes up when there is no text in the textbox, but it does not display the error message from the RequiredFieldValidator. I tested this code in a test app, and it worked. It may have something to do with the content containers? These controls are inside of a web user control, which are inside a Telerik RadDock. The parent page also uses a MasterPage. Here is my code from the usercontrol which contains the validator:
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.
Why am I getting an exception error when trying to show all users in active directory. What does this mean?
An unhandled exception of type 'System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException' occurred in System.DirectoryServices.dll
Additional information: The server is not operational.
Code: 'Show all users in the domain Private Sub Button2_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click Dim domain As DirectoryEntry = New DirectoryEntry("LDAP://domain.com/CN=Users,DC=Domain,DC=com") For Each child As DirectoryEntry In domain.Children ListView2.Items.Add(child.Name) 'populate results to a ListView Next End Sub
I am using ASP.NET 2.0 with C#(No AJAX) in my project. In a particular web page, when the a button is clicked, some server intensive processing occurs before the same page is displayed again with the results. While code execution happens on the server in response to Button_Click event, a blank white page is shown to user on his browser in between post backs.
How do i show a message in this case, that the processing is still going on and ask the user to wait.
I am showing Custom Error in my page.if somehting happend wrong. but if the same error occured in my subview master page I am not able to show the Custom error page on Entire page its showing me that Error page under subview master page.I am attching the Screen shot.Can any body help me out how to show the Error page on entire page if something happend in any where submaster or other page.Here is the code that I am using in web config file to show custom Error page..
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.
When user logout, we redirect him to the login page. I show a message "You have successfully logged out." on login page using query string. But when user refresh the login page the message still appears. How can I make sure during subsequent refresh, the login page should not show logout message. Here is the code:
I am trying to passing Exception info tpa custom error page that I have created, and I'm looking for the best way to do so.I ended up creating a session object on my Global.asax page, and I pass the error data to the session object during the Application_Error event, but it throws it's own exception prior to working.
I have also updated my web.config with my error page that I would like to pass session object data to: