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As a work-around for forms that have been displayed by calling Show, or indeed the startup form, you could set the AutoValidate property of the form to Disable before calling Close. I can't imagine though that I'm the first person to want to skip the validation event when a cancel button is clicked. If the user clicks the cancel button for the second time it would trigger postback. The following works: But when translated to RadButton does not: Not sure of the exact syntax required http://theweblive.net/not-working/validateinput-false-mvc.html

As a work-around for forms that have been displayed by calling Show, or indeed the startup form, you could set the AutoValidate property of the form to Disable before calling Close. Submit button would validate the page controls for errors and cancel button would just postback and execute some code on the server without validating the page. if (StateReqValidator.IsValid) { Message.Text = "You have chosen to run a query for the following state: " + StateTextBox.Text; } break; default: // If the button clicked isn't recognized, erase the For more information, see ThemeableAttribute and ASP.NET Themes and Skins.ExamplesThe following code example demonstrates how to use the CausesValidation property to prevent page validation from occurring.

Causesvalidation False Still Validating

Linux questions C# questions ASP.NET questions fabric questions SQL questions discussionsforums All Message Boards... If still, after doing all this, something goes wrong, no claim of what so ever will be entertained. now I see your dilemma.

If I press Button2 there is no message and the Button gets the focus, exactly as you'd expect. Please provide your valuable comments. EDIT: I'm beginning to think that I might be trying to use the CausesValidation event for something it's not meant to do. The Causesvalidation Property Is Set To False When To Bypass Page Validation On Button Click Do you have a link to that MSDN page?

Reply With Quote Mar 7th, 2006,06:29 PM #4 techgnome View Profile View Forum Posts PowerPoster Join Date May 2002 Posts 29,895 Re: CausesValidation=false not working? Causesvalidation True Not Working David Penny Slav Admin 1354 posts Posted 10 Jun 2011 Link to this post Hi David Penny, The problem comes from the way you specified the event handler for OnClientClicked event I just tested it and I have no such issue. http://forums.asp.net/t/1162848.aspx?Button+CausesValidation+not+working However, I'll have to look at my page definition, because this works fine on other pages so there must be some problem higher up somewhere.

One suggestion is to set the AutoPostBack property of RadButton to false. This Property Is Mostly Used When There Are Several Buttons In A Form As soon as that Button loses focus the form will be validated. Can you please provide insight? sparrow1 Wkr, sparrow1 If I helped you, don't forget to Rate my post.

Causesvalidation True Not Working

Notice that if you enable the code in button1 click, namely Me.Close, then the validation event for textbox1 will fire. please see this same issue resolved threat share|improve this answer edited Mar 8 '13 at 13:28 answered Mar 8 '13 at 13:10 user1193035 already i mentioned this couldn't helped Causesvalidation False Still Validating Try to know more. C# Textbox Causesvalidation more hot questions question feed lang-cs about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation

Ok, hopefully that clears it up some. his comment is here That is also the same link I was going to post edit: another link: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...onproperty.asp link to example: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...tyexamplex.asp <- this link is vb6 example it looks like, but is demonstrating This means that you must close the form from within the Click event handler of that Button. As soon as that Button loses focus the form will be validated. Causesvalidation Property

now I see your dilemma. C#VB Copy <%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="True" %> Button CausesValidation Example