At this point, we have all of the needed server-side functionality for the Check Box Validator control.
In this article, you'll learn how to resolve some common issues with embedded signup forms.
The Classic Form embed code uses j Query to validate the form and display response messages like the success message that appears when someone clicks the Subscribe button to sign up to your list.
If you set a validation control's , stating: "Control 'control ID' referenced by the Control To Validate property of 'validation Control ID' cannot be validated." There may be times, however, when you need to provide validation for a Check Box or Check Box List.
Many Web pages with Terms of Service include a Check Box titled "I agree to the above terms" that must be checked before continuing.
The usage of validation controls remain the same irrespective of whether you use unobtrusive validations or not.
NET there’s the need to switch between Validation Groups.
A good example is a shopping cart where the user can choose to have products delivered to the account address or enter an alternative address, all within one page submission.
If the user chooses to use an alternative address we need to validate that the required fields for the new address have been completed; if they decide to use their existing address then we need to validate that instead.
To provide such validation, we have three choices: In this article we'll implement the third option, creating two custom server controls, Check Box Validator and Check Box List Validator. The server controls provided in this article were designed using Visual Studio 2005 and the . NET 1.x, check out Creating a Validation Control for Check Box Lists.
The download at the end of this article includes both the entire source code and a compiled assembly that you can drop into your ASP. NET Framework 2.0's base class libraries; consequently, they will only work in ASP. Alternatively, you may adapt the code presented here to work in ASP. The server controls examined in this article were designed using Visual Studio 2005 and the . NET 1.x, check out Creating a Validation Control for Check Box Lists.
The Web Form also enforces server side validations using data annotations.