I have a asp.net form that is vaildating required fields. The validation is working fine EXCEPT when I click the submit button the form stays on the bottom of the page. I need the code for on focus to the first invalid field.
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I thought I'd use this month's column to describe an interesting app I built using the RegexWrap library described in my article "Wrappers: Use Our ManWrap Library to Get the Best of . NET in Native C++ Code" in this issue.
MSDN Magazine April 2005
If you're planning to build an e-commerce site, you'll be pleased to see that ASP.NET makes it easier than ever. Existing controls can be used and extended to add a great deal more functionality than you might expect. In this article, forms-based authentication is used to verify the identity of users and make certain areas of the site, such as the check-out page, inaccessible to unauthorized users. The power and flexibility of validation controls are demonstrated using the CustomValidator control to connect to a Web Service that verifies addresses. A shopping cart is then implemented in ASP.NET using the DataGrid, and finally, credit card authorization and billing are performed.
Jason Lefebvre and Robert Lair
MSDN Magazine August 2002
Sometimes the extra controls that come with Visual Studio .NET can be a bit inflexible or they just don't provide enough functionality or flexibility for all situations. The ASP.NET form validation controls, while powerful and easy to use, require that the entire page be valid before it's submitted back to the server. Through the use of the new object-oriented features of Visual Basic .NET, it is possible to extend their functionality to overcome this limitation. This article tells you how and helps you decide when it's a good idea to keep validation on the client and when you'd be better off disabling it.
James M. Venglarik II
MSDN Magazine April 2002
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It should be simple; although I'm having a hard time to figure out the best way to do it. I've MVC2 pages with multiple forms on the same page having different functionalities.
What's the best way to handle this; including the MVC2 way of validation from the model?
I'm a newbie to InfoPath 2007. I am creating a from without code. Is there a way to set a Rule to the Submit Button which will be triggered only in the case of Form validation success ? can we make use of the "Set condition" to setup a expression in
the Rule, for this purpose. Still i have no idea how to come up with an expression for such purpose. Can someone please explain.
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I've created 2 custom lists. The 2nd list has a lookup column from the 1st list. In the new form page for this 2nd list, I've added the 1st list as a web part. Now, I want to connect the 2 web parts, but it's not available. Basically, what I wanted is that
when I select an item on the lookup column, the webpart containing 1st list would show that item on the same page.
I think I'll need to use Sharepoint Designer to implement something like this, but just wanted to check if anyone has done something like this using browser only.