Validation Controls in .NET ( Client side or server side?)
i have a very basic question. We have all these validation controls in asp.net ( required field, range validator and others)..my question is the required field validator is a server side control. So does that mean that it does a post back?..is it client side or server side control
The only controls that post back are buttons and other inputs where you set AutoPostback="True", such as a dropdownlist or a textbox. Another way of posting back is using an UpdatePanel and placing a trigger in it for a specified control and/or event.
All controls are considered clien...Jscript, moving from client-side to server-side (.NET)
I’m working translating a web-app written in client-side
Jscript to run on the server-side as JScript.NET. Without needing to get too
specific, I am using Jscript because the original page aggregated raw data to
produce statistical results (this was done dynamically based on user 'sort-by'
options). The final output is an html report that can be emailed.
Because this is currently being done on the client side, as
the raw data grows the load-time grows as well (to the point that has almost
become unusable). I’m posting here to see if anyone has any experi...When to use client side varidation and server side varidation in .net?
In .net or classic web application we can varidate user data either on client isde or server side. How to select which side varidate to be used? Thanks!
Generally, I use both client and server validation. I make sure the input is in the correct format and reasonably valid on the client, then I verify the data on the server. The extent of validation also depends on the type of data that I need to validate.Here are a few references:Validating ASP.NET Server ControlsIntroduction to Validating User Input in Web FormsClient-Side Validation for ASP.NET Server ControlsSecurity Checklist...communication between client side(java script) and server side in .net project
I have a question which is, when building a .net project, we are able to use server side code and client side code(java script). How do they communicate? Thanks
Client Side coding works with the WebBrowser. So when ever you write client side code you have to keep browser compatability in your mind and you have to code.
Server Side code works with Web Server (IIS) and it's ASPNET ISAPI's.
The won't directly communicate with each other. But using AJAX you can all server side code from Client Side!
Example article on Ajax@ http://www.devarticles.com/index2.php?option=content&task=....NET for client side?
Thanks for your reply.Let me convey my idea differently: I would like to author client side code using a class system. I recognise that Atlas is a technology for producing JS code, much in the same way that ASP.NET produces HTML for the browser.Will Atlas be m...Weird stylesheet when calling a pop-up window from a server side button rather than a client side one.
I need to create a pop-up window from a server side button rather than a client side one.
This is because I need to do some validation, save some records and then create the pop-up window only if the user is allowed access.
I call the new form using the Response.Write command below.
A problem occurs when the pop-up form is created, as the parent form's fonts are all changedas they increase in size. (The Pop-up form's fonts are ok)
I have tested this with just a butto...List of client side function of extenders and controls for client side
Hello All,I am using AJAX control toolkit for my current project. Now I need to find out what client side functions I can call on an extender. Lets say I am using a PopControlExtender. Now I want to show the popup from a JS funtions.If I can do a guess then it would be something like this$find('ppce').show();From where I can find what client side functions I can call on those extensders. This is really a frusterating thing. I learn about extenders only from Learn tutorials, no help here and there. Can anybody please tell me where are documentations about all the extenders in the tool...Side by Side Execution of .net v1.1 and .net v2.0
Hi i am new bie to asp.net 2.0.Till date i have been developing projects using VS.Net 1.1 and now i hv decided to upgrade to new version 2.0.Now i want to run and develop my projects using any of the versions as desired.My question is that can i install vs 2.0 without updating the previous version and will i be able to develop and run my applications in any of the versions as desired.i have been known that we can run these versions side by side(i.e. one application can use 1.1 and other 2.0),but can we do side by side development as well(i.e. one application can use 1.1...Side by Side Execution of .net v1.1 and .net v2.0 (continued)
Dave wrote a previous post that said:
"If you are referring to web applications - each Virtual server must specify the framework to run under. Both can run side-by-side.. but not under the same virtual server (application pool)"
That looks fine, but I wonder:
Is it just as easy as going to Administrative Tools --> IIS --> Select the virtual directory --> go to the property's ASP.NET tab and then selecting the ASP.NET version?
Is there some important information that I need to know before going into this? Are there going to be ANY issues I should be aware of?
I tried doing this with a Label but I get the HTML included. I don't think I can use the <%# %> from classic ASP?
Anyone have any ideas on how they would approach this problem?
tbone_stl wrote:Anyone have any ideas on how they would approach this problem?
and welcome to the ASP.NET forums.
<%@ Page Language="C#" %>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http...Do i need a .Net framework on the client side?
Can anyone tell me if there is a .Net framework needed on the client side when want to run an ASP .Net web application? Or will it generate plain html that only requires an Internet browser? Or is it dependent on the version of ASP.Net (1.0, 1.1, 2.0?)
There is no need for the .NET framework to be on the client computer to access your web applications.ASP.NET Websites renders into HTML so all your client needs is a HTML web browser.
you don't need it.
and it generates plain html that only requires an Intern...Client side .Net Framework version
Dearl All,I have got a windows form embedded into a web application which requires .Net Framework 2.0 on the client end.Now my question is that how can I check if the client has .Net Framework installed or not and also which version it is? Thanks
if (window.navigator.userAgent.indexOf(".NET CLR 2.0") != -1)
// some code goes...Changing client side cookies in .NET
I have tried every permutation of Cookies.Add, Cookies.Set, Cookies.Remove using both the response and request objects.
I can debug the code and see ....Net Framework needed on the client side?
Do I need to install the .Net Framework to be able to view .aspx files or just need a browser supporting .aspx files?
No, u dont need to install the .net framework the browser is enough.
ASP.NET webforms and controls that you use emit HTML. This is a markup language that a browser understands. So no, a browser is the only thing needed on the client when viewing webapplications built with ASP.NET.
Grz, Kris.Read my blog. Handy Firefox plugins for web developers.Workaround for non working Mark as answer buttons....