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  1. digitall
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    Jun 2006

    Posted 31 Aug 2012 Link to this post

    I wrote a generic HTTP handler for submitting forms that is shared throughout my site like this:

    <form action="formmail.ashx" method="post">
         <!-- form contents here -->

    This is so the graphic artists on my team can put anything they want inside it form-wise and it doesn't rely on a form that has runat="server" in it (so no postbacks in the typical sense that we're all used to). Given that, I'm also not doing any server checking for whether the page is valid behind the button itself which is where my real question lies. Is it possible to utilize RadCaptcha in this manner and it still prevent the form from submitting? Or do I have to migrate to an ASP.NET form that can do a Page.IsValid?
  2. Slav
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    Posted 05 Sep 2012 Link to this post

    Hi Scott,

    I am afraid that using the RadChaptcha as you described will not be possible. This stems from the fact that it depend on the ASP.NET Page and control lifecycle. I would suggest using an ASP.NET page in order to add the RadCaptcha, if this is possible in your scenario.

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