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Last post Oct 21, 2009 01:33 AM by cramerhwood
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Aug 08, 2006 03:37 AM|LINK
Nice looking code. I like the word count routine.
An interesting property of the button control, or any control that causes postback(I think) is the "causes validation" property. You can set the causes validation property of the Cancel button to false and use the navigate url property to redirect when
the user presses the cancel button. Setting the causes validation property to false for the cancel button results in the page parse without evaluating the validation controls on the page. Then you can redirect back to where the user came from ( or where
ever you like) using the navigate url property. This allows you to use the required field validator, and other validation controls, on the page and still use a cancel button as well.
It has occurred to me that a user may want to enter only an event title without a description and in this case your solution is best. However, in the announcement(news item) I prefer to force the user to enter a description. What good is only a news heading
without any news.
Aug 15, 2006 10:49 AM|LINK
The following (line 130 in Events_List.aspx) also causes problem - it can't convert the Eval result (a System.DBNull type) to a string.
I'm new to html and asp.net so could you please detail for me where and how I should best fix this? I'm using Visual Web Developer 2005 Express. Does it require implementation
of RequiredFieldValidator fields as per your post above? If so, do I just add the code right there in
Events_List.aspx, or is there a more appropriate place?
Aug 15, 2006 12:39 PM|LINK
By using the RequiredFieldValidator in the Events_Edit.aspx page you prevent the Administrators to leave the description field empty, so you don't have problems in other pages like Events_View.aspx or Events_List.aspx.
Below you can see my InsertItemTemplate for the Events_Edit.aspx page, including the RequiredFieldValidators.
Aug 15, 2006 01:21 PM|LINK
Aug 30, 2006 05:18 AM|LINK
1) "Login in an Admin role and add a new Event"
How do I add a new Event? from here...
2) Because U have no Albums the Album combo-box is empty. Let it be so.
Should I delete all the Photo_News under images folder?
I just start to work on this Clubsite and I am a newbie with ASP.NET 2.0, and I found your guys posted are awesome... I learned a lot!!
Aug 30, 2006 06:20 AM|LINK
Have anyone translated bug# 6 from C# to Vb.Net? If you do have it please e-mail me the script..I am appreciate very much.
Aug 31, 2006 05:13 AM|LINK
Hello this is Sqlm002
The original "scale = iOriginal.Width /
maxwidth;" work fine for me. :)