Here is my custom validation function: Next, I need to trigger the validation for the current FIELDSET I’m working in based on on some action… Since the default setting is to validation on submit, you need to disable this and register your Validate And Submit function call when your event is triggered.
That’s it, with those three little little steps (Custom Validate Method, Disable Default/Auto Bind, Manual bind button to custom event), you now have a working validate by FIELDSET (or any other grouping control) solution. NET will render a Check Box or a Check Box List with an auto generated unique name attribute.
Second, our plug-in will by default put an error message next to the control(s) that triggered the error.
I over ride the default behavior, we setup a “error Placement” function to put one error beside the wrapping “Parent()” control.
Since registration form is a common form, so I prefer it to demonstrate the basic validation in ASP. I have already explained the validation with data annotation and how to enable client side validation in mvc razor, now my focus is to develop registration form with client side and server side validations.
First of all we will design the Registration Model with data annotation which help us to validate the input data.
When I started to play with unobtrusive Java Script validation in new ASP.
We will also register the client side validation that we have defined in model for the dropdownlist and checkbox by using jquery as shown below. We should also check all the validation at server side by checking Is Valid property of Model State.
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