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beginner validation: jquery vs javascript vs codebehind

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 04, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hi

 

I've a webform that has around 10 textboxes that are filled with information from an event trigered by combobox.  so far so good.  The thing is that I need  that some textboxes should be validated against the sum of values of others,  and according to that assign given values.  Other textboxes should have a value according to those sum and datefield values.  I haven't found validation controls for asp.net so I assume that I should to it with javascript or jquery.  My concern as asp.net beginner is what happens if the user disables javascript?  If I make it with codebehind I'll have to refresh the page many times as I have many controls to validate.  What can I do ?

 

thanks in advance.

 

Edotom




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