Asp code validating a form
Till noe everything seems to be okay, but if you type decimal numbers in non-English cultures (e.g.
15,5), you will see validation error messages; Because some non-English cultures uses comma ( , ) as decimal separator, while it is ( . Client side validation depends on “jquery.validate.js”, it is developed considering English standards and it uses dot ( . In order to fix this; we have to add more scripts to our “_Validation Scripts Partial”.
You can use it to make sure that the user has entered something in a Text Box control.
Once it comes to serverside validation, it's your job to make sure that no sensitive code is executed unless you want it to.
Form(textbox.value)) = False Then ' an error *** error handling routine such as an error count and error message text **** Else ' is ok *** data base routine *** End If End If---------------------You can repeat the if routine for all, or use a select case routine (select case should be faster)Form handling lends itself to building a "functions" page where you can store multiple bits of code that you constantly reuse (such as testing for numeric, or removing the apostrophes and quote signs from text going to the database etc); so if you think that you will reuse something the time to save it in a seperate page and just call it.
As for the log in question: Use a session variable or cookie to track that a user has logged in and check it on any page where authentication is required for instance If Is Null(Request. Redirect(site Main Page.asp)End If Hope this helps PLEASE NOTE: Do not post advertisements, offensive materials, profanity, or personal attacks.
Default client side validation scripts already provided in “Pages/Shared/_Validation Scripts Partial.cshtml”.
Simply include validation partial into “Trips.cshtml” file directly after closing the form tag: Validation scripts will show validation messages after switching from input control to another one, without the need to click “Submit” button.