In my web page I have a Checkbox (datatype = tinyint/boolean) and 2 Required field validator (whose visibility is false). I want that when I check(tick) the checkbox, then required field validator visible = true, else not.For this I tried this code on Page_Load as well as on save button click, but it is not working:
in my module there are data of students for H.S.C., C.E.T, AND H.S.C+C.E.T. so when i run the gridview page all the data of all streams together is displayed so i sort the data using a dropdownlist...means if 1 select the H.S.C in dropdownlist only the H.S.C students are being displayed.so the problem is when i sort the data by selecting a stream in dropdownlist at that time the error message of required field validator is displayed...
1) I wil select the stream from Dropdownlist and click the "sort button"
2) After the data is been sorted and i will enter the values in the TextBox and if i'll miss any of the textbox blank and i click on the "submit button" after dat the error should be displayed
in my website there is a module in which i m fetching the data of present students in the gridview and i m entering there marks in the gridview textbox column (created by using item template)...I want to add required field validation to the textbox columns so that after clicking the submit button there should be an error message displayed if any of the textbox is empty...
I'm trying to create a custom control that has a dropdown list and a required field validator in it.I've got as a far as being able to set the error message if the control fails to validate, but I can't actually get it to validate, not can I figure out how to call a .Validate method server side. This is driving me nuts! To create my control, I followed the article here I ran the text box example through, and I can get that to validate without any problems, so I then went through and created a new set of class files relating to a drop down list.Anyone got any thoughts, or hints as to what might be wrong, or where I should start looking?
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?
My Required validation for a field doesn't work because even the user didn't input anything, the watermark text is sent to the server. What's the best way to handle this? I'm using jquery and asp.net mvc.
Not sure how to approach. When I look at how the combo box is rendered, it appears as a unordered html list. There is also a hidden field but this always seems to be set to 0.So is it possible to do this validation client side. I've read so many posts about this but I havn't got an answer yet.
I am having one dyanmic grid in that amount and date is not null column user should enter some thing in that spceified column.my issue is that if the save button is pressed the requried validator is firing for all the rows which is empty.it should only show if the user shows in the current row.if the user left the particular row is empty and presses the save button the error message should show in the current row not all the rows. how to do this.
I am trying to get the required field validator to work. I have given it an initial value of the first index value in the dropdown list. I is just not working. Will my contrrols residing on a View of a Multiview control effect anything. I am using all drop down lists?
I have a form that contains times and dates. Each of these controls has a required field validator so that the user must put in the date and time. This apprears to work fine in testing. The data is stored in sql tables which are then worked with in the office using an Access Database. The webforms are simply used for gathering the data. In analyzing the data, they are finding that there are instances when no time has been stored. I don't know how the insert information could be saved if the control was blank. To make matters worse, the staff swear that they are entering the times.
I'm trying to use the regular expression validator for a numeric ID field.The field needs to be a required field of any number.Currently, I'm using:
Shouldn't this make it so the user has to at least enter 1 digit?? If I hit the submit button with the field empty,it passes validation and posts back.But if I enter non-numeric characters, it errors fine. If I wanted zero or more occurrences,I'd use:
Why isn't this working? Do I need to use this in combination with a Required Field Validator? That would suck ><