It seems all Validation and Validation Summary controls across my entire project lost their Red color. Loading an older project, I see the ForeColor is set to Red by default. But the ForeColor properties are all now empty in my new project.
A few weeks ago, all validation controls showed red on the new project but something changed. I've been doing many things to this project, including editing the CSS file. But I have definitely not been editing the ForeColor properties of Validation controls. And no one else has access to the project.
I guess I can go in and set all the ForeColor properties to Red, but there are a lot and, at this point, I don't know if something could clear them again.
I tried searching on this but found nothing. I doubt anyone can help but thought I'd ask if anyone has ever seen anything like this. Is it just a bug?
I have a very simple FormView that has several fields on it. There is a field that either returns a "1" or "0" based on conditions in the database. If the value is "1", I want to leave the label control as is (normal font, in black). However, if the value is "0" I want to change the font to bold and change the forecolor to red. Simple, right?
I am able to change the font-bold property using the code below, but if I use the code to attempt to change the font color, I get the following error message for this line:
An exception of type 'System.InvalidCastException' occurred in App_Web_hoge3m1x.dll but was not handled in user code
Additional information: Specified cast is not valid.
I know that variations of this same question have been posed numerous times - but I can't quite seem to find the exact solution.
I would like any row in my gridview where the boolean field "Approved" is True to be shaded gray. Here is the code that I'm using, but every row ends up being gray, regardless of the value in that "Approved" field. My guess is that I'm not correctly evaluating the boolean value in this field (which is actually a yes/no field in MS Access), Not sure if I should be reading that value as "-1", "Yes" or "True" or "NotNull"? Anyway, here is the code:
I'm trying to use a field validator to make sure one of my list boxes has a selection before the user is able to proceed to the next page. i'm having is that if the validation message is triggered, all of the buttons on my page loose functionality.Meaning, if I purposely trigger the validation control, I can't get rid of the error message and none of my buttons do anything when clicke after this.
The majority of the HTML:
Is there something that I need to add to the code behind of the page or the Java Script that I'm using?
I have got a label that displays the result of the last action (ie "Success - Record Upload") I also have a Validation Summary and when validation fails i want to clear the label so it no longer displays the result of the last action.
I have a web forms where i have 10 required field validators for 10 textboxes. Validation group for these required field validator needs to be determined when the page loads. I tried to change the validator in the .cs file but failed.
i am working on web-form for which I have set the validation summary showmessagebox = "true".
I have two required field validators, which trigger on a checkbox's OnCheckedChanged event....now my problem is, when I hit submit, the page does not submit if I do not enter any values in the text boxes..which is correct behavior but it does not point out to the error or does not display the message box.
i have to scroll up to see what is wrong with he page and then try to enter the values...I do not understand why my message box does not show up or at least why my setfocusonerror which is set to true does
i am using the required field validation and Reqularexpressioncontrol in gridview. Fields are in the gridview are in template, but only the edit button it is not templeted, this edit buton is of type Imagebutton and same goes with canel and update.
1_ Do i have to use the Templeted fields for edit/cancel/ and update as well in order to use the validation?
2_Validaiotn should only work when user clicks on the Update button, it should not trigger when cancel button fired.
to explain my problem as simple as i can i have made the following page each textbox is a required field. when i enter valid data in the text box and click the button everything is fine. the problem i am having is that after this button click > i empty out the last 2 textboxes > click the button > the required field validation is not thrown.
the autopostback property being set to true is a must in this case.
I'm having trouble accomplishing the above. Below is all the mark up and code. I'm not getting error messages, but the validate image function is not working (fileupload portion is working ok).
In my attempt below---not sure if it's the simplest or best validation approach anyway---the "UserId" parameter appears during rendering to be empty---but in most methods I have it successfully containing or referring to the logged-in user's identification.
Following is the control that refers to the image field (page = advertisement.aspx):
I created some required field validators and a validation summary control. When I get an error it displays next to the control its validating and also inside the validation summary control. I only want the error to display in one place; inside the validation summary control. I tried making the required field validator invisible but then it didn't display anywhere.How can I get the errors to only display in the validation summary control? There is no need to display them twice it just clutters up the page.
I have a form in MVC3 that includes a check box to copy data if it is the same as a previous form. If the checkbox is checked, it populates the text box with the content from the hidden field. Here's a sample to illustrate what I'm doing:
When the box is checked, it calls FillInfo(), which uses DHTML to fill the TextBox called "ThisInfo" with the value of the hidden field "DefaultInfo."
Here's the problem: if the form fails validation (e.g. "ThisInfo" is a required field and is left blank), the hidden "DefaultInfo" box is getting cleared out -- which I DON'T want it to do. As a result, when the checkbox is clicked, it is copying empty data into the "ThisInfo" field.
In my .aspx page which derives from a master page I have a contact form which uses some validation, such as the RequiredFieldValidator and RegularExpressValidator.At top of my page I have a link bar and whenver I am at contact.aspx I can't navigate to the other pages as if that I need to fill in the necessary data so that it satisfies the validator. How can I fix this?