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what is role of object properties when using client side validations ?

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

I have been using properties and have idea that using properties with private fields we can implement validations and buisness rules in them.

But I am just thinking asp.net client side validation controls provide good strength and they provide good user experience as well. They can be used for any type of validation (using regular expression) on client side and their re-use is possible on server side. When validation controls are a must and they are powerful; is making properties not just wastage of time ?

Is there still some use of properties ? Please guide me.

 




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