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JavaScript validation on Server Side
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shaik
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shaik asked on 17 Feb 2010, 06:46 AM
 

Please find the below options for validation, may be these would help.

 

Options 1:

 

if (Condition satisfied)

{

 //Code for Update Logic

}

Else

{

  throw new Exception("The Date format is not correct format");

}

 

Option 2:

 

string sMessage;

sMessage = " The Date format is not correct format ";

str = "<script language=javascript> var strTrueFalse; ";

str = str + " alert('" + sMessage + "');";

str = str + "</script>";

Page.RegisterStartupScript("ppname", str);

 

Option 3:

 

In App_Code you can write common function that would be used in project.

 

public static void DisplayUserMessage(int nMessageTypeID)

    {

        string strScript = string.Empty;

        strScript = "<script type='text/javascript'>alert('";

        if (nMessageTypeID == 1)

        {

            strScript = strScript + Resources.Multilingual.Recordhasbeensavedsuccessfully;

           

        }

        else if (nMessageTypeID == 2)

        {

            strScript = strScript + Resources.Multilingual.Recordhasbeenupdatedsuccessfully;

        }

        else if (nMessageTypeID == 3)

        {

            strScript = strScript + Resources.Multilingual.Recordshasbeendeletedsuccessfully;

        }

        else if (nMessageTypeID == 4)

        {

            strScript = strScript + Resources.Multilingual.Recordshasbeeninactivateddeletedsuccessfully;

        }

      

        strScript = strScript + "');</script>";

        System.Web.UI.Page P = (System.Web.UI.Page)System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Handler;

        ScriptManager.RegisterStartupScript(P, typeof(System.Web.UI.Page), "alertScript", strScript, false);

    }

 

In application you can use like that

 

if (Condition satisfied)

{

 //Code for Update Logic

}

Else

{

  PMAP_Common_Methods.DisplayUserMessage(2);

}

 

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