Can we use one validation control to show different message for mutiple controls Suppose i am using Required Field Validator and having 5 text boxes in which value should be entered. So, can show the message on one Required Field Validator.
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:
I want to do: when I was clicked the btnSubmit if All texts are empty popup will show !!!
My code is here ;
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'm having a registration form with textboxes that have more than one validator, e.g. a requiredfieldvalidator and a comparevalidator. I want the error message to show up on the right side of the textbox, but because I use more than one error message, one of them is not neatly next to the textbox, but further away from it.
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.
i want to do the date validation,we have used datepicker in the front end,when user select the pastdate,let say today date nov,02,2010.if user select the date nov01 2010 or past dates,we will have show the error message.user can select the today or tomorw dates(can be acceptable).this validation we must do it in code behind page of asp.net(default.aspx.cs)..no asp.net control / js validation.
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.
This works fine (when you push enter, another function is called) unless the page has a FormView control on it.
In this case, pushing Enter in the textbox above attempts to validate the form on the page. It will still correctly call the onEnter function, but I need the Enter keypress to not cause Validation of any other forms on this page.
All input fields in the FormView are part of a ValidationGroup, but this doesn't seem to affect anything.
What is the best way to keep the .Net validation from happening when I push Enter in my HTML textbox?
I have a form that when you click a button, an ajax RadWindow opens with a text box and a button so it can scrape information from another web page. I have set the button that causes the postback to CausesValidation="False", but after it does the postback after loading the scraped information into other controls, it still causes validation to fire.
Has anyone encountered while using Context.RewriteUrl in global.asax causes this error: Validation of viewstate MAC failed. If this application is hosted by a Web Farm or cluster, ensure that <machineKey> configuration specifies the same validationKey and validation algorithm. AutoGenerate cannot be used in a cluster ?
Here is the scenario, let's say I have a url
http://mysite.com/admin/login.aspx instead typing the whole url in address, user can type either http://mysite.com/admin/ or http://mysite.com/admin which all end up at http://mysite.com/admin/login.aspx. When a user type http://mysite.com/admin and entered correct login info, and press login button it gets the error above. How can I resolve this? Tried setting EnableValidateRequest to false and EnableViewstateMac to false also even I do not want to use this approach and still does not work.
I am using a MultiView inside an UpdatePanel with several views within it and a button on each that is supposed to validate the controls on the current view before moving onto the next view in the sequence (a bit like the Wizard control except I wanted more freedom).
I am using an LinkButton but the problem is that the LinkButton is not causing validation -- I have also tested with an ImageButton which isn't causing validation either. However, when I use a normal Button, the validation does work. I have grouped my validation controls into a ValidationGroup and made sure that CausesValidation is turned on.
I'm having trouble with an image button I create via c# in an event causing page validation to occur on postback. The CausesValidation attribute is set to false at time of creation in the event. I also wire up the Click event in the page_init with postback so not to loose the event handler if the page posts another way. Here is the code I'm using in the click event of a Button. I've also tried to enable and disable viewstate for the button with no luck. What am I missing here that continues to fire page validation in the Click of this imagebutton?
i used below code for date time picker validation but it's not working.
Actually I want a date time picker which date dd/mm/yyyy format date. With validation for start and end date. Also for manual entry it should take only no. and for date rest like / or, will be auto formatted.means user should not be able to enter it.