I have a page that requests a partial view via AJAX and inserts it into the page. The view contains several kendo DatePickers. When I leave some of the required DatePickers empty and try to submit the form, I'm noticing my validation summary (created by @Html.ValidationSummary(false)) is not displaying anything, though submission is prevented.
Yesterday I was receiving errors in the validation summary. I had one about a required DatePicker, that is in a hidden kendo Window being empty, and when I re-opened the window to address it, the validation error for the DatePicker was visible, but the DatePicker itself was gone.
So these specific problems aside for the moment, my question is: I know for the standard jQuery validation and unobtrusive scripts, I have to remove the validator data from the form and then re-parse the form after inserting content dynamically. Is something similar required for kendo validation? Do I need to call kendoValidator() again?
What I do for the standard asp.net MVC validation:
//Remove validators and re-add them to include the new fields
$form = $(form)