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ASP.MVC client side validation does not work
Seems to be related to the fact that you have the validation on the interface property rather than the class property. Check the DOM element. It should look like this for the user name: <input class="credential" data-val="true" data-val-required="Login is required" id="UserName" name="UserName" placeholder="Login" size="30" type="text" value=""> Note the data-val & data-val-required attributes. These are used by the js validation logic. When I try using your interface property validation, these are missing. Maybe you should use a viewmodel for this rather than the model? That way you can tailor it to the view requirements. Edit Actually, just make your @model declaration in the razor view to reference IUser rather than User. @model IUser

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Orchard client-side validation - how SHOULD it look/work?
The lines are there to replace the DataAnnotationsModelValidatorProvider (DAMVP) with Orchard's own implementation, which allows localizing the validation messages the Orchard way. The way it does this is by replacing e.g. [Required] with [LocalizedRequired] before passing control on to the DAMVP. Note that DAMVP does get to do its job - but only after Orchard has "messed" with the attributes. The problem is that DAMVP uses the type of the Attribute to apply client validation attributes. And now it won't find e.g. RequiredAttribute, because it's been replaced by LocalizedRequiredAttribute. So it won't know what - if any - client validation attributes it should add. So, out-commenting the lines will make you lose Orchard's localization. Leaving them in will make you lose client validation

Categories : C#

How to use server validation & client-side validation with jQuery Tools?
Try doing an ajax request to a php file and get back the response from server. The client side can be done with various ways; from HTML5 tags to plain regex data = $(this).serializeArray(); //we serialized the data of the form and then we do the ajax request $.ajax({ url: 'validate.php', type: 'post', data: data, dataType : 'json', success: function (dat) { if(dat.error==0){ //dat.error is my returned error from the php file }else{ //handle the errors } } }, error: function(){ //that's if something is wrong with sent data alert('failure'); } });

Categories : PHP

OpenSSL client verification - Need client side validation requirements
Just an FYI, Another way to solve this problem may be to run your C program under sslclient, which basically works similar to DJB's tcpclient, but with SSL - i.e. sslclient will spawn your program and open an SSL connection to the server, and pipe your program's stdout to the server, and pipe output from the server to your program's stdin. The nice thing about doing it this way is that you can let sslclient to all the heavy lifting as far as negotiating SSL protocols with the server and doing the actual encryption, and you can focus on the core function of your program. See http://www.superscript.com/ucspi-ssl/sslclient.html for more info.

Categories : C++

custom validation with client side validation
I hope I understand your questions. You want to know how to get a validation that using a nested resource You want to know how to make that validation pass through to client side validation For validations: add the reference to the associated model def invoice_date_lesser if invoive_date < quote.quote_date errors.add(:invoice_date, 'invoice date invalid') end end For client side validations: add validate => true in your form_for form_for @model, :validate => true do |f|

Categories : Ruby On Rails

ActiveAdmin with client side validation?
I guess the only way is to use the ActiveAdmin form partials http://activeadmin.info/docs/5-forms.html ActiveAdmin.register Post do form :partial => "form" end /app/views/admin/posts/_form.hrml.erb <%= semantic_form_for [:admin, @post], remote: true, validate: true do |f| %> <%= f.inputs :title, :body %> <%= f.actions :commit %> <% end %> EDIT if a form in ActiveAdmin is in partial that you want to customize, you can use rails form builder form_for instead of semantic_form_for: <%= form_for @post, :validate => true do |f| %> <%= f.submit 'Submit' %> <% end %>

Categories : Ruby On Rails

MVC 4 how to validate a non-US date with client validation?
Try with this, View <div> @Html.LabelFor(m => m.DOB) @Html.TextBoxFor(m => m.DOB, new { @Formate = "dd/MM/yyyy" }) @Html.ValidationMessageFor(m => m.DOB) </div> Model [DisplayName("Date Of Birth")][DataType(DataType.Date)] public DateTime DOB { get; set; }

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Db fields validation client side
You may have to check if the document is created earlier and this you have to save it in some global object of js and then check for page. If both has the data then go for insertion. You can achieve this using jquery.

Categories : Java

Client side validation in asp.net mvc3
$("a").click(function(event) { //cancel submit click event.preventDefault(); //check errors ... //Post your form PostForm('someurl','myform', 'Title of dialog'); });

Categories : Jquery

Performing Client Side validation
Try to place jquery.validate and jquery.validate.unobtrusive scripts on your page <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/jquery-1.6.1.min.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/jquery.validate.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> <script src="@Url.Content("~/Scripts/jquery.validate.unobtrusive.js")" type="text/javascript"></script> and call @{Html.EnableClientValidation();} @{Html.EnableUnobtrusiveJavaScript();} or set in web.config next settings: <appSettings> <add key="ClientValidationEnabled" value="true"/> <add key="UnobtrusiveJavaScriptEnabled" value="true"/> </appSettings> Look here for more information: Unobtrusive Client Validation in ASP.NET MVC 3 EDIT: jQuery valid

Categories : Jquery

Client validation not showing message
Moving the ValidationSummary inside the form will fix it. <h2>Create New Account</h2> <fieldset> <legend></legend> @using (Html.BeginForm("CreateUser",null)){ @Html.ValidationSummary() @Html.AntiForgeryToken() <table class="create"> <tr> <td colspan="2"><b>New Account</b> </tr> <tr> <td>@Html.DisplayNameFor(model=>model.UserName)</td> <td>@Html.TextBoxFor(model=>model.UserName)</td> <td>@Html.DisplayNameFor(model=>model.EmailAddress)</td><td>@Html.TextBoxFor(model=>model.EmailAddress)</td> <td><input type="submit" value="Cre

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

client and server side validation
You could use intval to convert the string size into an integer, for example intval('12 inch') will return 12.

Categories : PHP

MVC JQuery Dialog Client Validation
When you specify a jQuery function such as $('.linkClass').click(function (e) {... it must be executed after the element with class ID .linkClass has been loaded/generated. jQuery attaches a copy of its nested function to each element in that class, so if your jQuery is being executed before the page has fully loaded, it will not validate. Try nesting this jQuery function inside a JavaScript function and executing it when the page has loaded. function whenLoaded(){ $('.linkClass').click(function (e) { e.preventDefault(); $.ajax({ url: this.href, type: "GET", success: function (result) { $dialog.load(this.url).dialog({ resize: "auto", width: 490, height

Categories : Jquery

Client Side Validation Gem Not Working
I had a similar problem: no errors in the JS console, it simply did not work - no validation, no message, nothing. I could get it to work temporarily if I called $('form').enableClientSideValidations() or $('form[data-validate]').validate(); manually from the JS console. It turned out that the ClientSideValidation gem does not work if the form is hidden. The functions resetClientSideValidations() or enableClientSideValidations() have to be called after the form has been made visible. If they are called before, when the form is still hidden, they have no effect. $('form').enableClientSideValidations(); # works only if form visible Other reasons why the gem would not work are version conflicts, have you tried to update the gems, to run the generators with rails g client_side_validation

Categories : Ruby On Rails

ASP.NET MVC ViewBag's relation to client-side validation
You should never give the same name to the ViewBag variable and your properties from your model. All these values in the end reside in FormCollection and when two of them have the same name/key they override each other and you get some really funky behavior. I'm not sure what the issue is precisely with your scenario (usually people have a ViewModel of some sort) but consider the following scenario: public class Product { public int ProductId { get; set; } public string ProductName { get; set; } } if this is your model and in your controller action you do something like: public ActionResult EditProduct(int id) { var model = ProductDomainLogic.GetProduct(id); ViewBag.ProductName = "Whatever"; return View(model); } you just gave yourself a serious headache because there

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

ASP.NET Client-side validation on textbox without postback
You can try: <asp:button onClientClick="return validateData();"> And in the JavaScript it should be: function validateData() { if (OK) { return true; } else { return false; } } return true will make your page be posted back to the server, and return false will prevent your page from doing that. Hope this helps.

Categories : Javascript

javascript client side validation loop
You could give jQuery validation a try: http://jqueryvalidation.org/documentation/ It will relieve you of many validation headaches...

Categories : Javascript

How to circumvent client side validation in this particular situation
Anybody can send an HTTP POST to your site with invalid data. They do not need to use your web page at all. There a thousands of tools to accomplish that. For example with the build in JavaScript debugger of a web browser you can easily send $("#submit").trigger('click') without passing validation first. As Oswald pointed out, server side validation is the king. Client side validation is not for security but for user experience.

Categories : Jquery

my pro just shows client side validation errors
This is the expected behavior for client-side validation: it prevents a form post on error, because it can very quickly determine that the input would be invalid. If you don't want the client-side validation to run, you can disable it and rely on the corresponding server-side validation to generate the same error message (assuming you are validating server-side, which you should be).

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Client Side Validation for ActiveModel Rails
Not out of the box. Have you watched the relevant RailsCast? http://railscasts.com/episodes/263-client-side-validations

Categories : Validation

Unobtrusive Client Validation in ASP.NET MVC Still Submit Form
Make sure, you have following libraries linked <script src="~/Scripts/jquery.js"></script> <script src="~/Scripts/jquery.validate.js"></script> <script src="~/Scripts/jquery.validate.unobtrusive.js"></script> Check your configuration. These two should look as follows: <appSettings> <add key="ClientValidationEnabled" value="true"/> <add key="UnobtrusiveJavaScriptEnabled" value="true"/> </appSettings> Don't forget to add: @Html.ValidationMessageFor(m => m.FieldToValidate)

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Client side custom validation with radiobuttons
$("form").submit(function(e){ e.preventDefault(); if($(this).find("input[name=Gender]:checked").length === 0){ alert('Gender not selected.'); } }); you can also use val() of selected radio group to check if it's undefined or a value. jsfiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/jh8p3/ client side validation in asp.net <asp:RadioButtonList ID="Gender" runat="server"> <asp:ListItem Text="Male" Value="Male" /> <asp:ListItem Text="Female" Value="Female" /> </asp:RadioButtonList> <asp:Button ID="Button1" Text="Validate" runat="server" OnClientClick="return validate();" /> <script> function validate() { if (checkGender()) { return true; } return false; } function checkGender() {

Categories : Javascript

Client validation before sending it to the server in mvc4
You can achieve it in 2 ways Using Form Collections public ActionResult ActionName(FormCollection collection_) { string pass2 = collection_["tbPass2"].ToString(); } 2 Receiving the parameters directly [AcceptVerbs(HttpVerbs.Post)] public ActionResult AddNewLink(string tbPass2) { } To make the above things work make sure your controll has same name For above case it should be @Html.TextBox("tbPass2")

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

MVC 4 client side validation to be shown in a dialog
Instead of having all the @Html.ValidationMessageFor( ... when submitting if it is not valid call show a dialog and with numberOfInvalids() you can retrieve the errors and their messages and just show them in a dialog.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

custom validator MVC + validation client side
Implement IClientValidatable in your attribute. public class FirstNameValidator : ValidationAttribute, IClientValidatable Write javascript adapter and include it in your view. Write javascript validation rule itself and include it in your view. You can search "asp.net mvc 4 custom client side validation" for more details. For example, you can look Custom data annotation validator or How to support client side custom validation

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Client side form validation in mvc4
Do you have the following in your web.config file: <add key="ClientValidationEnabled" value="true" /> If it is not there add it - it should be added to <appSettings> section.

Categories : C#

Setup client-side validation to german
I now use the following: 1) Attaching this (stolen) code somewhere after loading jqueryval etc. (and having the referenced files in place) will have the culture applied to Globalize at the bottom of this code be the benchmark for input validation: <script type="text/javascript" src="~/Scripts/jquery.globalize/globalize.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="~/Scripts/jquery.globalize/cultures/globalize.culture.de-DE.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> (function ($, Globalize) { // Tell the validator that we want numbers parsed using Globalize $.validator.methods.number = function (value, element) { var val = Globalize.parseFloat(value); return this.optional(element) || ($.isNumeric(val));

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Best way to do client side validation on a calendar control
on the view: @Html.EditorFor(model => model.Date, new {@onchange = "checkDate()"}) then at the end of form: <script type="text/javascript"> function checkDate(){ var Date = $('#Date').val(); var matches = /^(d{2})[-/](d{2})[-/](d{4})$/.exec(Date); if (matches == null){ //Here you can add code to highlight, show error etc. return false; } } </script> matches= /^(d{2})[-/](d{2})[-/](d{4}) is Regex, it be different for different date formats

Categories : HTML

.click does not fire client-side validation in IE8
Events can get tricky and behave differently in different browsers. Try this one: $("#myButton").trigger("click"); or jQuery.event.trigger("click", button);

Categories : Jquery

MVC3 Custom String Client Validation not working
Thought i'd add my 2 cents. I created a demo project and litterally copy and pasted your code and it worked for me. (had to change valueToValidate.IsEmpty() to String.IsNullOrEmpty(valueToValidate) however). The only difference is my view (as you haven't displayed yours): @model Test.Models.MyClass @{ ViewBag.Title = "Home Page"; } @using (Html.BeginForm("Post", "Home", FormMethod.Post)) { @Html.TextAreaFor(x=>x.MyProperty) @Html.ValidationMessageFor(x=>x.MyProperty) <input type="submit" value="submit" id="Submit" /> } Making sure I'm referencing: jQuery, jQuery.Validate, jQuery.Validate.Unobtrusive (in this order) and that your validation javascript above is called after this Lastly I reiterate because it bugged me for hours: If you don't have a form a

Categories : Jquery

Rails' client-side-validation form_for error
Have you followed all of the instructions on the github page? If so, have you restarted your server? The install adds an initializer that wont take effect until a server restart.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

symfony2 - how to add custom client-side validation rules
Symfony doesn't have a built-in client side form validation, what you see is your browsers built-in HTML5 Form Validation. Symfony supports this by guessing the correct type, required, maxlength and pattern-attribute for the <input>-tag using the Doctrine Mapping and the Validation information already present. If you already use the right data type for your field in Doctrine basic frontend validation will work out of the box. You can pass additional HTML5 validation rules when you are building your form with the Formbuilder via e.g. $formbuilder->add('range', null, array('pattern' => 'd+-d+')); For a full list of validation related attributes, see https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/Input. Be warned that browser support for HTML5 validation vari

Categories : Validation

not able to get values in client side custom validation function
You miss-spelled jquery and addSingleval. They should be capitalized Q and V. jQuery.validator.unobtrusive.adapters.addSingleVal("selectedvaluewithenteredvaluecheck", "other");

Categories : C#

Form client and server side validation issue
What about applying a specific error classes depending if on if js or php error. <span class="jsError">Some Error</span> <span class="phpError">Some Error</span> In your css you would just hide the js errors. .jsError { display:none; } In your js, hide php errors and do your normal jQuery validation there which will show only the js errors. $(function() { $('.phpError').hide(); //after doing your jsValidation show js error only }); This way if js is disabled, only the PHP errors will appear.

Categories : PHP

ASP.NET MVC 4 Required Validation client side on Radio Buttons
Just tag the OrderAction property in your model with this: [Required(ErrorMessage = "OrderAction must be selected")] I assume you have client validation enabled in either the web.config or the view and you have included the jquery validation file.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Client-Side Custom Unobtrusive Validation Not Working
Try changing the validation type so that it matches the inbuilt RegEx validator. When the html is generated, the existing RegEx logic fires, so you wont need to write any javascript. public IEnumerable<ModelClientValidationRule> GetClientValidationRules(ModelMetadata metadata, ControllerContext context) { ModelClientValidationRule rule = new ModelClientValidationRule(); rule.ErrorMessage = ErrorMessages.ClientFieldInputValidation; rule.ValidationType = "regex"; rule.ValidationParameters.Add("pattern", _regEx); yield return rule; }

Categories : C#

Breeze.js - Getting both client and server validation errors onto my entity
As of Breeze v 1.4.0, your server side validation failures should automatically be added to the client side validationResults on a per entity basis, ( in addition to be returned in fail() promise), so you shouldn't have to do anything else. Am I missing something?

Categories : Validation

Client side validation works for textbox but not multiline, in MVC application
Validation for the MultilineText seems to work now but only on submit when the .valid() method is called. But there is no error for onchange like i get when using a textbox and also there is no red marking around the MultilineText on error. Is this red marking and validation onchange only for textbox and not for MultilineText?

Categories : Jquery

VAB of Enterprise Library 6.0 Client Side validation(Jquery/Javascript)
It is possible, so says this link, but i have been unable to get past the problems with multiple validators being adding to the page with the same name.

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Modifying Error message at Client side. Custom Validation ASP .NET MVC
check this url, may be this solve your issue: $(".field-validation-error span", $("#form")) .clone() .appendTo("#error-summary") .wrap("<li>");

Categories : Asp Net Mvc



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