Requiredfieldvalidator Error Message Validationsummary
Reply spokey Member 65 Points 94 Posts Re: requiredfieldvalidator works but does not show error message Feb 16, 2011 02:53 PM|spokey|LINK Thank you both again. Then try to figure out what else is causingproblem. here we uses three text box and make them required field using requiredfieldvalidator control. we can set a header text for validation summary. my review here
Requiredfieldvalidator Error Message Not Displaying
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This content, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL) Top Experts Last 24hrsThis month OriginalGriff 199 Jochen Arndt 85 John Asp Requiredfieldvalidator Not Working For example, the page in Listing 3.5 contains both a login and registration form and both forms contain independent sets of validation controls. If NP is not a proper subset of coNP, why does NP not equal coNP?
Currently it just runs perfect.
Then in the onclientclick of the submit button, change the css color property to the desired color:
when someone submit form without entering textboxes value, he got a validation error messages summary in one location as bulleted list. I have a total of 10 validators, all coded the same way (using ErrorMessage="*") and the other 8 all display the asterisk next to the box. The third possible value of the Display property is None. useful reference This is a change from the previous version of ASP.NET, which supported only Internet Explorer as an uplevel browser.
Another way that you can emphasize errors is to take advantage of the SetFocusOnError property that is supported by all the validation controls. Once I click on the Cancel button, the asterisks will not appear in EITHER validation group until I refresh the page (even though the controls are in 2 separate update panels) When using the validation controls, you should always check the Page.IsValid property before doing anything with the data submitted to a page. Bypassing validation is useful when creating a Cancel button.
Figure 3.2 Displaying an image for a validation error. What's the point of Pauli's Exclusion Principle if time and space are continuous? In particular, the client-side scripts discussed in this chapter do not work with any version of Netscape Navigator. Using Page.IsValid As mentioned earlier, you should always check the Page.IsValid property when working with data submitted with a form that contains validation controls.