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How to make the validation control valid in the current user control and invalid outside the user control Thank you

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Post time: 2020-3-22 17:30:01
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I have N user controls all on the same page
And each page has a button and N validation controls

When I click on a user control, it always prompts that the verification of other user controls is not successful
You must always succeed before you can execute the button

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How to make the validation control valid in the current user control and invalid outside the user control
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How to make the validation control valid in the current user control and invalid outside the user control
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Do you mean that it is only valid for the buttons in the current control?
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This is basically difficult unless you don't use its authentication control.
The entire page is used
ValidatorCommonOnSubmit this function to verify.
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Use ValidationGroup to control.
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The plan is like upstairs
Option two uses a program to control events through server-side verification events.
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Use ValidationGroup to group the validation controls, for example textbox1 textbox2 textbox3 under a validation, then you can set their ValidationGroup to the same
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Use ValidationGroup to group the validation controls, for example textbox1 textbox2 textbox3 under a validation, then you can set their ValidationGroup to the same
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And also the button ValidationGroup is the same. This is the key.
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ValidationGroup can be controlled, set it as a group
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How to make the user control and calling control page also effective,
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For example: a page has two user controls, the button on the page is clicked, and the user control must be verified, but the click of one of the user controls cannot trigger the verification of the other user control, what should I do
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For example: a page has two user controls, the button on the page is clicked, and the user control must be verified, but the click of one of the user controls cannot trigger the verification of the other user control, what should I do
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All controls that need to be verified (such as TextBox) and controls that trigger events (such as buttons) in the same user control
The ValidationGroup has the same name (not the same name as other user controls).
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