Each row of the answers has its own name ie: question12_answer1 - question12_answer8 and each of those has a value of 1 - 8 an example bit of code is: Basically, what im trying to do is this: on form submit i want to run a bit of code(already got this set up) so that I can validate if only one answer 1 has been selected, one answer 2 and so on.So 1 can only be used once, 2 can be used only once, all the way to 8. Having a few issues and cannot see a way to actually do the following.

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The parameter should contain a list of the validations to perform.

It may either be an associative array (for a single validation), or an array of associative arrays (for multiple validations) which define the validations that should be performed.

I have given Validation Group names for these two groups of text boxes & am using Validation Summary.

If first button is clicked then, the first group of text boxes should be validated.

For some reason, it will only get the text from a text box if the data was pulled the database. In this case for which text box I should add the required field validator control? I am tasked with implementing a application that was writen vb6 then converted to into a new website my team is developing. Passing Text of a text box in child form to a label in parent form Hi Elite People !!

If I add/edit data, then the SQL command will ha... Because the user can simply add an email address either in the first or second or third text box (or he can enter all 3 or only 2). The idea is to put each of the 3 different forms in this application of 3 different pages. I have a parent form with a number of ASP Labels and Buttons. What I want to acheive is when you click the button, it should open a new window with a ASP multiline text box and a "save" button.

There are cases where some groups should be validated before others.

For example, in a particular class, basic data should be validated before more advanced data.

Seam Remoting provides integrated support for JSR-303 Bean Validation, which defines a standard approach for validating Java Beans no matter where they are used; web tier or persistence tier, server or client.

Bean validation for remoting delivers JSR-303's vision by making all of the validation constraints declared by the server-side beans available on the client side, and allows developers to perform client-side bean validation in an easy to use, consistent fashion.

We'll look at this parameter more closely in just a moment.