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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
hi i want to know about login view control that how can i use this control without using asp.net configuration by coding only

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I have the standard .net login control that is working.  (Still learning .net after 15yrs of classic)

What I want to do is OnButtonClick run a javascript function (to do an ajax call to the db to check if login is valid or not) and if it returns true, then submit the form normally, else don't submit. The piece that I can't figure out, is how to correctly override the default click even to hit my JS routine and then submit the form properly afterwards.

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