Thank you for your answer and example.
But I believe that the problem I am facing might have a different explanation.
This is my scenario:
On a HTML page I have a form with two numeric txtboxes using format N2, validation enabled and the culture set to "da-DK".
Culture "da-DK" uses "," as decimal separator and "." as thousand separator.
When entering values the numerictextbox accepts the decimal separator but the validation fails.
When changing culture to "en-US" the validation is successful.
I have stripped down my code to this example
that illustrates this behaviour.
The numerictextbox elements are as rendered by the Kendo UI libraries.
If I omit the form element the validation error message is not shown. Doesn't validation occur when there is no form element?
Do you have any clue to what causes this? Is it a bug in Kendo or in my code?
Kristian Vad Nielsen