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Last post Mar 27, 2011 07:31 AM by master of the maze
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Apr 03, 2006 07:39 AM|LINK
thanks for your replying.
I did your recommandation and my program works properly ,but security is very important for me. do you have any suggestion for me that not to decrease security?is there another solution for this problem?
Apr 03, 2006 07:44 AM|LINK
Do you have something like <Choose One> in your combo box?
ASP.NET will detect the <> and think that it is a possible script injection attack.
Try changing any such inputs to Please choose... or something like that (i.e. remove the <>'s). If it's mandatory input, put a required field validator on the page as well and set it's InitialValue property to match the prompt value (i.e. Please choose...),
to stop (on most browsers) the postback until the user has selected a value.
Apr 03, 2006 08:12 AM|LINK
thanks for your suggestion,but I don't have any <>'s in my combobox items.I have two comboboxes that with selecting one item in first one the items in second one, change.this is the addres for my website:
the first combobox is period and the second one is frequency and with selecting items from these two comboboxes and submitting them I got this error.
I want to know if you have any suggestion for solving my problem.thanks
May 29, 2006 05:18 PM|LINK
Jun 10, 2006 11:45 AM|LINK
Man does any one solve it.....i have the same problem ...i have button in Repeatercontrol
Jun 24, 2006 07:18 PM|LINK
I have got the same error. I have a gridview on a collapsible panel. In the view, I did a click anywhere to select a row implementation. When I click the row, I got the exception.
After I set the EnableEventValidation = false. The problem went away. But this is not an ideal way to fix it. What is a good way?
Jun 29, 2006 02:48 PM|LINK
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