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...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=...Getting my client-side variable over to server-side
Ok so I have looked at a few posts on this subject and I can't quite figure out how to apply the idea to what I am doing here.
After they fill in that information they click button (postback) to continue throughout the form... what I need is for the "textboxTotalAmt" to move from client-side to server-side. So I can access that total amount later in the form.
<script type="text/java...Firing both Client side event and server side event for server side button
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...How to get the Client side values in server side code.
how can i pass those values?
i am using version 1.1, i kno thatwe can use callback events mechnisam in 2.0 or ajax ,apart from that how we can pass?
My problem is i need to stop the execution of the code based on after reciving values from the client
any ideas please???
Feel free to go deeper in your que...get server side datetime but run at client side
It seems you want to synchronize the time in client side display with the server.
You can use asynchronous clie...How to get innerText from IFrame (on server-side / on client-side)
Hi, is there some posibility how to read inner text from IFRAME on server-side ?I've tested it with innerText and InnerHtml but it doesnt work
<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeBehind="WebForm1.aspx.cs" Inherits="AJAX_Test.WebForm1" %>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" >
<title&...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?
T...Getting hidden variable value from server side in client side
hi, I am struck in problem. I have a hidden field in my form and i am setting some value in that. Now i wnt to use this value from client side but i m not able to retrieve it. All i am getting there is an object. I feel the hidden field is not able to hold that value. <input type="hidden" id="hdnVar" runat="server" /> in code behind ...Client vs. Server Side AJAX.Net
I am curious to know what the advantages and disadvantages are to using the
client side declarative style AJAX
controls vs. the server side. I can't seem to think of too many reasons
why I would go to the client side libraries when I can use all the power of
ASP.NET (debugging, compiling, controls) and just wrap them in a
It also seems kind of counter productive to use the client side
libraries because they don't utilize all the cool new developments of
ASP.NET. Am I missing something? Do the client AJAX libraries give you m...I need to get a server side button to run this client side code?
I need to get a server side button to run this client side code when the server
button is clicked and then subsequently called by the server.
Is it possible? The problem is that the print control is a client side activex.
I can call it normally using a client side button but this is no good when
I need to print more then one page.
Any help would be great.
MyPrinter = new ActiveXObject("ImgXPrint6.ImgXPrint");
MyPrinter.PageFrom = 1;
MyPrinter.PageTo = 1;
MyPrinter.PageM...client-side and server-side?
My understanding on server side is the "form" ... like u will have <form action=".." method=post> ..... </form> ... so it will send to server ... am I on the right track? Are there any other type of server side examples?
ASP.NET itself is server side. Every piece of code processed is done on a server. What comes out of this is sent ...